May 2012
Piecework;May/Jun2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p42
The article examines the history of Margaretenspitze (Margarete’s lace), a type of hand-knotted lace that was developed by the German designer Margarete Naumann in 1908. Various aspects of Naumann's life are explored including her childhood in Dresden, Germany, her time spent teaching at the National Art School of Textile Industry in Plauen, Germany, and her death in 1946. The legacy of her teaching methods and technique is also explored.


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