Lacis publishes Niebling Lace patterns

as an FYI for lace addicts: has republished Herbert Niebling's Lyra pattern for $7 (it was selling on e-bay for hundreds), and has other patterns available from this 'Master of Lace' including Kunststricken 361 - about 30 designs attributed to him. The Frosted Ferns pattern I recently completed is also a Niebling, sometimes called Oakey-Dokey.

This info has been on the boards at ravelry for a bit now, but I thought it would be good to cross post it here.

TomH's picture

Looked at their site. Way too much of a pain to navigate and find items for sale. A pet peeve of mine. Unless I'm missing something that obviously isn't obvious. Where do I find the Niebling patterns on the site?

scenter's picture

Yeah, their site isn't organized for ease of use

from their homepage:
(1) go to online catalog
(2) go to All Products
(3) go to Books - needlework techniques
(4) then go to Knitting - Lace

then scroll down - most of them are in the German Text section, and the Ichida Japanese translations of Nieblings are in the Japanese text section.

orchidz's picture

Thanks for the tip for finding Niebling on Lacis. One can never have too many Niebling patterns.
I bought the Lyra and also the Kuntsstricken folio. I bought some beautiful tencel at WEBS in massachussetts that will make a wonderful lace table-top. I cannot wait to get started.
Thanks again for sharing!