A lace group in Cambridgeshire since 1982

Exhibition open!

‘Whole stitch, Half stitch, Twist’ is now open at the Norris Museum, St Ives.

Demonstration days are on 5th and 19th August, and 2nd and 16th September, with a Workshop for you to have a go at making a small piece of lace yourself on Friday 30 August. More details at http://www.norrismuseum.org.uk/

Some of our members went along for a sneak preview…..have a look at some photos from the evening.

July meeting cancelled

There will be no working evening this Thursday.

Programme update

Denise’s workshop on beading will now be held in October. See the new running order here

Our lace exhibition this summer

Fenland Lace Makers will be holding an exhibition from 27 July to 29 September 2019. 

‘Whole stitch, Half stitch, Twist’ gives a brief history of lace, looking at traditional and modern pieces and showcasing members’ work.

The Norris Museum, The Broadway, St. Ives PE27 5BX.

 Go to http://www.norrismuseum.org.uk for opening hours

Demo days: 5th and 19th August, 2nd and 16th September

Lace Day

Another successful Lace Day for Fenland Lacemakers.the speaker, Louise West gave a fascinating talk about her contribution to the design work of Nottingham Contemporary. The building facade features lace panels in concrete.

The raffle proceeds were donated to Leukaemia UK, in memory of Ash Firth.

This year’s theme of Spring was represented by colourful lace items made by members off Fenland Lacemakers.

Lace Day this Saturday!

Hoping to come to Lace Day, but have been unable to buy tickets because of problems with the phone line? You will be able to buy a ticket at the door, so please come along.

Lace Day update

More traders are coming to Lace Day!

What’s on in 2019

Have a look at our programme for the New Year. 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Our next meeting will be on 7 February 2019 at 7.30 in the Reading Room, Hemingford Grey.

Look out for our 2019 programme coming soon.

We won!

A great end to the lacemaking year. We took first place in the popular vote at the Christmas Tree Festival at St Peter’s Church in March. Our tree was decorated with lace poppies in different patterns made by members, to commemorate the armistice 100 years ago.