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Beginners’ Bobbin Lace Making: 2 Day Course - Sold Out


30 June - 01 July 2018

Heritage Workshops & Talks, advance-booking, Fully Booked

Usual opening hours and admission prices apply for this event.

The BCLM UnChained Annual Pass is valid for this event.

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30 June - 01 July 2018

During this two-day course you will be taught the basic techniques of traditional bobbin lace making, and will complete a finished item to take home with you.

You will learn how to do the three stitches that are the basis of all bobbin lace making. On the first day you will be able to use metallic threads and insert beads to make a simple bracelet.

On the second day, you will make a pair of earrings or a brooch to match.

Equipment and thread will be provided.  There will be a small charge for jewellery findings or beads used. 

About the course leader: Mary Coleman

Mary is an experienced Lace Maker from the Wyre Forest. She loves all aspects of lace making and is keen to pass on her knowledge to anyone who is willing to learn. She is Honorary Vice Chairman of The Lace Guild, a registered Educational Charity and an Accredited Museum with a large collection of lace and associated artefacts 

  • Booking Details

This course has now sold out -  Find out about similar Heritage Skills Courses

Maximum Places: 6

Time: 10am - 4pm (both days)

Cost: £70 per person includes a certificate of completion, free parking, use of materials and tools necessary to the course, refreshment vouchers and lunch voucher.


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