Harry Armstrong designs. He traded under the name of Mrs Armstrong - 1911
Louise followed a City and Guild's course in 2006 then a BA which was a year of weaving, printmaking and machine knitting.
Whilst studying she was asked to design a lace pattern which was to be made into 11 ton concrete panels around a building.
￼93 concrete panels were fitted with the lace design
Contemporary lace￼Wire lace by Lauren Sundin
Louise followed an MA course looking at 5 petal historical flowers
Louise used 2oz polyester wadding and compressed it under textured weight and heat to flatten it and then curl it with hair curling tongues.
Work in progress around a column
A commission for the Danish Royal family wedding anniversary. "Daisies" 15" placemats.
So...what is lace?