Bobbin Lace in Wire #3

 

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Workshop: Spring growth – seedlings, leaves and flowers
Date: April, 2017

Description:

Spring growth workshop is back, and it will bring the same excitement to beginners as well as lacemakers who were growing wire lace leaves with us last year! The newbies will be introduced to leaf tallies with a Seedling pattern that is so gentle and alive with spring energy that it practically grows on its own. Others will learn a bit more about growing foliage with tallies in wire lace. As there is an endless variety of leaves and flowers – there are endless variations of handmade lace in wire. Let’s keep learning – and creating – one leaf at a time, to make our Earth greener and happier!

Pre-requisite:
Suitable for beginners and also lacemakers with previous lacemaking experience in fibre or wire
Instruction will cover: Leaves – leaf tallies, plaited leaves and cloth stitch leaves lace in two colours; various shapes of leaves and using colour in leaf-making.
Class project: Seedling pendant, leaf garland, flower pendant.

Tools: Just 4 pairs of bobbins are required. Lacemaking kit for beginners (student pillow, special bobbins for wire, pins and printed instructions) will be available in class for each student, and for purchase after the class at student’s  price of $75.00.

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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