Spring Lace Day, Saturday, March 28, 2015

WHO WE ARE AND WHERE WE ARE GOING
North Carolina Regional Lacers
2015 Lace Day
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Coordinated by the Mountain Lacers of Asheville, Hendersonville and Landrum, SC
Robert and Pearl Seymour Center
2551 Homestead Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Commemorative Bobbin deadline: January 20. 2015
Lace Day Registration deadline: February 1, 2015
SCHEDULE OF THE DAY:
9 AM Registration
9 AM – 3PM Vending
9:30 AM- 12 noon Classes, Special Exhibits, Socializing and MAKING LACE
12 noon Lunch
1 PM – 2 PM Program Rescue That Stash of Old Lace: presented by Elizabeth Kurella
What to do with that stash of old lace? Always a vexing problem for those with their own collection or an inheritance of grandmother’s old lace moldering in an attic or under a bed. Elizabeth will present tips on sorting through dirty old stashes of old lace from flea markets or attics, how to wash, rescue and store the good stuff. What to use, what to save, what to give or throw away. This is intended for ordinary household or antique middle-class fashion lace — not for museum quality lace.
2 PM Business Meeting and Door Prizes
3 PM – 6 PM Special Class Session with Elizabeth Kurella $10 for the class
Click the link below for the Registration form for the lace day.  The 2nd link is the separate wrap-around workshop by Holly Van Sciver.
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2 Responses to Spring Lace Day, Saturday, March 28, 2015

  1. Kathleen Sullivan says:

    I would like to mail in my registration, but do not know if there is a registration fee, or a fee to take the Tatting class. This is my first time attending, and had been advised the registration and check had to be mailed.

    Please advise

    • mchase says:

      Dear Kathleen, there is no registration fee. You can pay for lunch and commemorative bobbins, but that is optional. The tatting class is also free. The bobbin deadline is passed, so just fill out the form, pay for lunch if you wish, and mail it in. They may have the bobbins for sale at the event. I would suggest buying lunch unless you want to pack your own. You might consider joining the guild at lace day if you have a good time. I believe that the yearly dues are $15- you can ask during lace day. See you there, Michelle

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