Border Lacemakers meet bi-monthly on the 1st Saturday of the month from 10:00 to 3:30 and we currently have nearly 100 members aged from 24 to 100Border Lacemakers were established by the joining of various adult education classes after the tutor would tell stories and advise what other crafters were doing in her other classesAt Border Lacemakers we regularly have speakers, suppliers, workshops and supply our own entertainment at our meetings making each one very different and entertaining!!All full members of Border Lacemakers receive a quarterly newsletter full of information and fun articles plus access to a comprehensive library from which all members are entitled to borrowWelcome to Border Lacemakers where we regularly have speakers, suppliers, workshops and supply our own entertainment at our meetings making each one very different and entertainingBorder Lacemakers run a range of Meetings and Workshops for our members every yearA range of photographs taken at some of the events run by Border LacemakersEvery year at Border Lacemakers we run a Lace Day for our memebrs with a variety of speakers and suppliersA selection of links from Border Lacemakers to societies, publications and other sources within the Lace Making communityDetails and Membership form for you to join us at Border LacemakersClick here to see the latest news and views from our members at Border LacemakersPlease contact us now at Border Lacemakers for details of our group and our traditional craftAt Border Lacemakers trips, both home and abroad, feature largely each year, as do guest speakers and workshops and at times we are invited to demonstrate our craft at a variety of venuesAll full members of Border Lacemakers receive a quarterly newsletter full of information and fun articles plus access to a comprehensive library from which all members are entitled to borrow Border Lacemakers meet bi-monthly on the 1st Saturday of the month from 10:00 to 3:30 and we currently have nearly 100 members aged from 24 to 100Border Lacemakers were established by the joining of various adult education classes after the tutor would tell stories and advise what other crafters were doing in her other classesAll full members of Border Lacemakers receive a quarterly newsletter full of information and fun articles plus access to a comprehensive library from which all members are entitled to borrowBorder Lacemakers meet bi-monthly on the 1st Saturday of the month from 10:00 to 3:30 and we currently have nearly 100 members aged from 24 to 100Welcome to Border Lacemakers where we regularly have speakers, suppliers, workshops and supply our own entertainment at our meetings making each one very different and entertainingAll full members of Border Lacemakers receive a quarterly newsletter full of information and fun articles plus access to a comprehensive library from which all members are entitled to borrowBorder Lacemakers meet bi-monthly on the 1st Saturday of the month from 10:00 to 3:30 and we currently have nearly 100 members aged from 24 to 100Border Lacemakers were established by the joining of various adult education classes after the tutor would tell stories and advise what other crafters were doing in her other classesAll full members of Border Lacemakers receive a quarterly newsletter full of information and fun articles plus access to a comprehensive library from which all members are entitled to borrow

Meetings, Events and Workshops Timetable

Locations:

B = Beaufort Centre, Newport
G = Goytre Village Hall
L = Llanellen Village Hall
P = Penallt Village Hall
O = Other Location
 

Meetings:

Where

Date

Details

G02 Feb 2013Jo Hughes - Punch Needle Techniques
B06 Apr 2013Diane Hughes - Corn Dollies
O18 May 2013Chepstow Lace Fair
G01 Jun 2013Sheila Colwing - Alpacas
G05 Oct 2013Amanda Peters - Vintage Vision
B30 Nov 2013AGM and Christmas Lunch
O07 Dec 2013Christmas Lace Fair, Cranmore Park, Solihull, Birmingham

Visitors are always welcome to attend our meetings after paying a small admission charge.

PLEASE NOTE that we will not be running our usual Lace Day in 2013.

Workshops:

L16-17 Feb 2013Honiton Workshop Weekend (£30.00) (£35.00) - Pat Perryman
L11-12 May 2013Milanese Workshop Weekend (£30.00) (£35.00) - Anna Winter
B13-14 Jul 2013Honiton Workshop Weekend (£30.00) (£35.00) - Pat Perryman
B27-28 Jul 2013Flanders Lace Weekend (£30.00) (£35.00) - Anna Winter
P14-15 Sep 2013Honiton Workshop Weekend (£30.00) (£35.00) - Pat Perryman
B19 Oct 2013Bead Workshop (One Day) (£15.00) (£17.50) - Tara Meacham

Non-members wishing to attend workshops are always welcome but should first enquire by Email.

  Prices marked in red are for non–members.

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At Border Lacemakers trips, both home and abroad, feature largely each year, as do guest speakers and workshops and at times we are invited to demonstrate our craft at a variety of venuesPlease contact us now at Border Lacemakers for details of our group and our traditional craftBorder Lacemakers were established by the joining of various adult education classes after the tutor would tell stories and advise what other crafters were doing in her other classesPlease contact us now by email with your general enquiries for details of our services at Scenic Signs and Gilding using our Email link and we will be happy to be of assistance


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