to keep track of your lace hours. This is to help
maintain the non-profit status for our chapter and IOLI
as an organization. Demo hours, travel time to demo,
prep time for demo, teaching, and any other activities
that promote lace (e.g. ornaments for hospice tree) can
Our August 10th meeting started at
and was attended by nine members. Rose Ann has submitted the tax form. She distributed
index cards to help us record lace hours. With
2020 being a hospice tree year, we should be over 1000
hours as a group. There will be a lace day in
, 10-11 through 10-14. She has a flyer with details if
interested in attending. She will order the two CDs that were mentioned in
previous emails. Still looking for the 2018
convention CD. We will do a catered lunch for Dec
14th. Let board members know if you have a food
allergy so we can plan menu.
Gordon brought in her book called 'Button Jar Tatting'
by Martha Ess. This is what she used to tat some
examples of tatting with buttons. A few hints were
given on things she learned herself by doing it.
been busy experimenting with sudoko using her own hand
colored threads and several pieces of fillet lace. She
also brought a number of older lace pieces to share with
10225-82nd Avenue, Pleasant Prairie, WI. Rose Ann’s husband works at Interspiro.
on either end of driveway to building have Ocenco
Corporation on them, along with other names, just a few
steps from parking to conference room and bathroom
September 14th - Barbara will demo the finer points of
tatting with with buttons.
October 12th - need topic or volunteer to demo/discuss
November 9th - Pat will demo.
December 14th – holiday potluck.