Honiton is a form of point d’Angleterre. It was the favorite of Queen Victoria, whose coronation gown was made of Honiton. It is a pillow lace, first produced about 1568 in Honiton, England. The pattern parts are worked on a pillow and then fastened to a net ground that is made separately.
- 121 Honiton Lace Fillings by Christine Hawkins.
- Birds and Animals in Honiton Lace by Saikoh Takano 4 Lang.
- Honiton Lace – A Practical Guide by Voysey, Cynthia
- Honiton Lace Patterns by Elsie Luxton
- Honiton Lace The Visual Approach by Elsie Luxton and Fukuyama, Yusai
- Introduction to Honiton Lace by Suzanne Thompson.
- New Patterns in Honiton Lace by Caroline and Barry Biggins
- New Designs in Honiton Lace by Perryman, Pat and Voysey, Cynthia
- Technique of Honiton, The by Elsie Luxton.
- Pear Key Ring from Plants and Flowers in Bobbin Lace edited by Bridget Cook.