Instead of a March meeting, six members of our group
demonstrated various lacing techniques at the Kenosha Civil War
Museum on March 11th during their Maker's Day Fair. Sylvia did a
great job with teaching bobbin lace to people of all ages.
Several young boys mastered the technique and had a fish to take
with them. Fran and Therese also did bobbin lace. Jan
demonstrated other uses of lace in her knitting projects. Cathy
had samples of new ways to use tatting and Trish shared Irish
crochet. Pat made a new brochure and provided name tags. We were
just inside the front door, so our banner and table was seen
either when people came in or left the museum.
Our window display at the Northside library - Lacing a Rainbow -
is a good example of the work of our group. The display will be
coming down Friday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. Let Rose Ann know if
you are coming to help.
Next meeting is April 8th at Festival Foods grocery store,
3207-80th Street, Kenosha, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. When you enter, head
to the back right corner. Steps or an elevator will get you to
the second floor.
Work meeting with discussion on October in Cedarburg.
Turn in hours for lacing the past year
June 10th - Potluck at Candy Klee's house
October 14 - Work meeting.
November 11th - retreat at Avalon Parc Clubhouse. Hours
and project to be set.
December 9th - Potluck
Great Lace Escape
May 5, 6, 7,
3500 State Street
Spokane Guild will also host
"A Flurry Of Snowflakes" May 5, 6 & 7th.
Lace Days - June 10th
64th Annual IOLI Convention
Sunday, July 16, 2017 - Saturday,
July 22, 2017
Radisson Hotel Valley Forge
1160 First Avenue
King of Prussia, PA 19406