Bruges Lace is mainly characterised by its abundance of floral motifs which spread throughout the design. They are made separately and then joined to each other by sewings.
The ground is made of plaited bars, sometimes decorated with picots. Reseaux or other grounds may appear at certain points. The motifs are of wholestitch or halfstitch. The design and working of the ordinay Bruges Flower lace are relatively coarse.
- Bloemwork Pattern Supplement by Vera Cockuyt.
- Brugs Bloemwerk by J.E.H. Rombach-De Kievid in Dutch
- Bruges Flower Lace by Edna Sutton
- Bruges Flower Lace by Veronica Sorenson.
- Bruges Flower Lace Patterns by Edna Sutton
- Grof (Brugs) Bloemwerk by Sonia Vonooseterwijck.
- Technique of Bloemwork, The by Vera Cockuyt.
- Technique of Chrysanthemum Bloemwork by Vera Cockuyt.
- Video: Brugge Bloemwerk by Pat Bury.
- Belgium – Brussels History of Lace
- Bruges Motif and a Lace Heart by Lori the Sewdoll
- Bruges Flower Lace for Sale
- NO PLACE FOR LACE? Nonsense, says Jeremy Josephs, itâ€™s the handsome city of Bruges in Belgium.by Jeremy Josephs, Freelance Writer and Journalist,
- Kanthuisje – In the shadow of the Belfort of Bruges, you can find this very old lace shop ‘Kanthuisje’ at the Breidelstraat 5.
- “Nice romantic lace” at Visit-Bruges.com Shows shop and lace displays
- Louise Verschueren: Real Belgain Lace Manufactory