Bobbin Lace in Wire #20

Workshop: “Copper Beech Leaf”
Date: September 29,  2018

Copper Beech is one of my favourite trees, especially when the fall paints the leaves in deep hues of brown, equal to copper patinas. This projects explores the possibilities of working with raw, untreated copper wire, and colouring the finished lace with metalsmith’s methods. The lace design is based on a simple point ground net with thick gimp which creates lines and shading.
The Copper Beech leaf can be finished as a pendant or art object.

Location: Ocean Park Community Hall, 1577 128th Ave, Surrey, BC
Time: Saturday, September 29, 10:30am – 5:30pm

Course and materials fee:   $120.00 + $5.00

Level: Intermediate 

Pre-requisite: Experience with wire lace, familiarity with basic ground stitches and gimp work

Instruction will cover: Point ground with gimp, finishing lace as pendant, colour treatment of raw copper

Class project: Copper Beech Leaf art object or pendant

Tools: 10 pairs of Medium Bobbins for Wire Lace recommended (or 9 pairs of Fine Bobbins and 1 pair of Medium)
Material:  copper wire 0.2mm (AWG32) and 0.5mm (AWG24)

Information and registration:
Contact Lenka at  778 . 288 . 0720  or by e-mail at  laceaway  at  gmail  dot  com
Please send a request and I will e-mail registration form to you.

Payment method:  Cash, cheque, VISA, MasterCard and AMEX

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