Spring into Fall Lace Day, Sept. 19, 2020

As you know, we had to reschedule our Spring Lace Day due to the coronavirus pandemic.  We were planning another Fall Lace Gathering so we will combine it into Spring into Fall Lace Dy. We have secured the Seymour Center for Saturday September 19th and our Spring planned activities are lined up for the new date.  Vicki Lamb has graciously agreed to organize the event.

Workshops: The workshops we scheduled are planned for the new date.

Lace Knitting with Michelle Chase

Bobbin Lace Pendant with Tonya Little

Introduction to Tatting with Arlene Medder

Tatted Ice Drops with Jane Armstrong

Wrap Around Workshop with Holly Van Sciver

Holly will be here for lace day and the workshop. Kris Conrad will touch base with those of you who signed up.

Vendors

Both Holly Van Sciver and Richard Worthen will be vending on September 19.

Guest Speaker

As originally planned, Karen Douglas will present Bobbins through Time: How the Past Influences the Present.

Commemorative Bobbins and Shuttles

We will distribute the Spring Bobbins on September 19th.  We will also have the NCRL Commemorative bobbins and shuttles at that time. If you are not coming on September 19th, please find a friend who can pick up your order. Unclaimed orders will be mailed after the event.

Registration

If you registered for Spring and ordered lunch, we assume you will be coming to lace day on Sep. 19th and your lunch order remains in place. If you registered and are not coming in September, please let Liz Redford know and she will refund your lunch money. If you did not register for Spring Lace day and are coming in September, please fill out the registration form and mail your registration by September 1.

Registration Form

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2 Responses to Spring into Fall Lace Day, Sept. 19, 2020

  1. Shirley Amen says:

    I am a former bobbin lace maker and belonged to the Piedmont Guild.
    I no longer for many years have made bobbin lace. I do have in excellent condition a weavers pillow and a bobbin lace winder. I have had them stored in my attic. I would like to donate them to anyone who could use. I live in Winston-Salem, NC.

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