Get Inspired! Design Ideas from Ingalls Library
The CMA's Ingalls Library is a nationally recognized art research library, open to all. Established along side the museum, the library's non-circulating collection has grown to half a million volumes of scholarly publications. The Ingalls Library also provides 24/7 access to its online library and archives catalog along with e-journals, and databases. It's located at the north entrance on level 2R of the CMA.
To that end, check out the patterns and lace below - design ideas from the Ingalls Library! View more ideas here.
Images via L'art dans les travaux a l'aiguille
Image via The Queen lace book
Image via Irish Lace, a report upon visits to convents, classes, and schools
Image via The art of modern lace-making
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