Kant, the international journal
linking all who make bobbin lace!
Quarterly magazine, published by staff and friends of the Kantcentrum since 1978.
Includes original patterns, contributions about lace history, reports about exhibitions and courses, as well as book reviews.
Format: 22 x 30 cm
Dispatched world wide.
Back numbers available while stocks last.
Over recent years we have made “Kant” into a high-quality magazine. For a year now the magazine has been printed throughout in four colours, the layout has been revised and the magazine has undergone a complete makeover.
Annual subscription for 2017 cost (including carriage)
paid after 15/02/2017
Belgium: € 44
Europe: € 52
Other countries: € 60
Little tree – Rosaline
Museum lace – Binche
Large round – Torchon
Little owls – Flanders lace
Bunches of grapes – Tulle (point ground) lace
Two buttercups – Florence technique
A pendant – Needlelace
“Chic Shamballa bracelet” – Cluny de Brioude polychrome
“Three little fishes” – Binche
“Butterfly on a flower” – Free bobbin lace
“Small round” – Binche
“Oval” – Torchon
“Porcelaine vase” – Decorative in Flanders
“Small stained glass window” – Needle lace
“Technique tips” – The gimp in Fine Bruges Flower work
Little hearts – Chantilly lace
Torchon scarf worked in silk
Snow fun at the South Pole – Decorative mat in free lace technique
Little coffee pot in Binche
Stained glass window in needle lace
Black Torchon round
Binche handkerchief adapted from an old piece of lace – Binche with Valenciennes ground