Posted April 18, 2010 by cloneslace in Uncategorized. 5 Comments
Designed by Bridin Twist for Irish Garden in Expo 90, Ossaka, Japan 1990. Crocheted by Máire Treanor, Eieen McAleer, Elisabeth Monaghan and Annetta Hughes.
Posted by lizzycsheep on May 24, 2010 at 9:48 am
Beautiful photographs Máire.
Posted by Littece Wilber on August 29, 2010 at 5:14 pm
THAT wedding gown is THE most STUNNING thing that I have ever seen in my life! I wish that I had worn that gown for my wedding.
Posted by cloneslace on August 29, 2010 at 8:36 pm
Its interesting that you should remark on the wedding dress. Bridin Twist, who designed and made the actual dress, died after a long illness with Cancer, just last week. Although the dress was made 18 years ago, it was a big part of her life, worth remarking on in the sermon. She was a designer of wedding wear from Ennis county Clare. It was made of linen and she did handmade fine pintucks in a crisscross manner and sewed 200 small roses, handcrocheted by Eileen McAleer at each crisscross. I made the front bodice and added antique vine leaves, given to me by Elizabeth Monahan, who made 40 yards of edging for the dress. There was a lot of work in it.
Where are you from? Did you get married recently?
Posted by Cynthia Ann Vincent Charbonneau on January 15, 2012 at 1:47 am
I have a soft spot for Christening Gowns and this one has to be the most beautiful I’ve seen!
Posted by cloneslace on January 15, 2012 at 3:08 pm
Thank you for your lovely comments, Cynthia. Do you have somebody yet who would fit into the christening robe?
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