While social distancing guidelines are still in place it is not possible for us to meet on 4 June at Hemingford Grey Reading Room. As restrictions are lifted we will reassess the situation and will keep you informed by messages on this page.Take good care of yourselves, keep up the lace making – or whichever craft you are finding helps you through these difficult times.
Our monthly meetings are on hold at the moment, as are the Monday morning classes. More news in due course.
A message from our chairperson, Kath:-
In view of the escalating Coronavirus situation and the government guidelines on meetings and social distancing I think it is best if we do not meet on Thursday 2nd April.
This would have been a working evening, and I’m sure that you are all able to get on with your lace in the comfort of your own home.
If you need any help do get in touch by email or phone. I’m sure that pictures and diagrams can probably sort out most queries.
A very interesting talk on threads by Barbara Brooks, contributed to another enjoyable Fenland Lace Day. The display was on the theme 2020 Vision.
See more images of the event.
For our meeting in March, bring a piece of lace or a lace related item to show to the group. It might be a piece you’ve made, bought, or been given which has a story attached to its origin.
Thursday 5 March at 7.30 pm
See the list of traders signed up for our Lace Day 2020 to be held on 14 March.
See our new programme of events for 2020, and the traders who will be coming to Lace Day.
This was our colourful display at the 2019 Makit Fenland Lace Fair.
Materials for the ‘Little Trees in s’Gravenmoer’ workshop on the 7 November are:
22 pairs wound with linen 60/2, Anchor 40, Tanne 50 or similar thread maximum of 30cm on each Bobbin.
1 gimp pair wound with Perle 5 or Perle 8, contrast or matching maximum 20cm on each bobbin.