What could be better? Sally Schoenberg, one of our members and a well-known lace instructor, has an exhibit in LaConner this month, while the daffodils and tulips are in bloom. Four different varieties of bobbin lace, all made by Sally, are on display: Torchon, Bedfordshire, Binche, and Point Ground. Her lace will be at the La Conner Quilt and Textile Museum until March 29th. She is also teaching a beginning lace class at the museum on March 28th.
First come, first served! Learn how to incorporate color into this delightful lace from very popular teacher and Milanese expert Louise Colgan at our workshop, September 19-21, 2014. Cost is $95. To register, contact the Education chair.
Lacemakers of Puget Sound exists to further interest in, and knowledge of, all types of lace and lace-making, and the preservation of this art form through teaching, exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations, and any other appropriate means.