Bronson Lace Frame Pattern

Bronson Lace Frame Pattern

The pattern is  featured in the  “Weaving Lace on Multi-Shaft Looms” course with Laura Fry

A four shaft lace ‘frame’ that can be woven as is, or used as a backdrop for Bronson Lace pick-up. 

Bronson Lace Frame by Laura Fry

Skill Level: Intermediate

Finished Measurements

  • Width: 8″ / 20.25 cm
  • Length: 10.7″ / 27.25 cm


  • Warp: 1 cone Gist 3/2 Beam, in Jade (630 yd / 576 m per 8 oz / 227 g cone; 1260 ypp; 100% Organic Cotton)
  • Weft: 1 cone Gist 3/2 Beam, in Natural (630 yd / 576 m per 8 oz / 227 g cone; 1260 ypp; 100% Organic Cotton)

Equipment & Tools

  • 4-shaft loom with a minimum 14″ / 35.5 cm weaving width
  • 12-dent reed
  • Lease sticks, threading hook, sleying hook, boat shuttle, bobbin, tapestry needle


  • Weave Structure: bronson lace and plain weave
  • Warp Length: 3.5 yd / 320 cm (includes 46″ / 117 cm for loom waste & take-up)
  • Warp Ends: 120
  • Ends Per Inch (EPI): 12
  • Picks Per Inch (PPI): 12
  • Width in Reed: 10″ / 25.5 cm
  • Woven Length: 8.5″ / 21.5 cm

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