We continue share out lace making online!
Thanks to our members for providing some insight to our staying in life with lace.
Our members continue to share lace making!
Thank you for letting us see what you are getting up to these days! From getting inspiration, pattern making, bookmarks, lace samples and even a digital meet-up!
We are looking forward to seeing what the next edition holds.
Happy lace making!
We are so happy that our members can keep in-touch online during this period.
Our recent edition of isoLACE includes some interesting lace being made. Make sure you take a look by downloading the PDF below:
Do you want to get share your lace with us?
Please send us your photos by emailing Rod: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's keep making lace!
Let's build our community online!
D'uring this stay at home time, we have been exploring online options to keep our member engaged and continue lacemaking. Our first step was to create a way to share our current projects and completed ones. Don't you think it's a great idea? Let's get together online!
Have a look at the lace taking place in our homes and be inspired to get your photos ready for the next edition (PDF copy) of our isoLACE:
We have also started getting more social online! Here's our NEW instagram page: NSW Brach Aus Lac Guild
Follow us and show us your support.
Happy isoLACEmaking everyone!
We started 2020 with Lace Sunday at Linwood House.
To say the least, it was a hot Summer's day filled with lacemaking. There was also some amazing examples of lace and Sophie's talk on Hungarian lace.
The week after, we attended Craft Alive and demonstrated lace to the community!
We met for the last Lace Day for 2019 to celebrate the 40th Anniversary Lace Day and Christmas.
The day was filled with lots of activities happening like social lacemaking, lace displays, morning tea and announcements for the competition winners in various lace categories.
In the afternoon, there was a presentation of the Lace Guild's history showcasing the beginnings, various works and members. What amazing memories and achievements!
We also welcomed a special guest - Rosemary Shepherd, one of the original founders for the Australian Lace Guild, author and lace-maker.
Season's Greetings and Happy Stitching!
Our members recently attended the National AGM/Conference in October which was held in Launceston, Tasmania. It provided a good opportunity to catch up with fellow lace makers and make lace.
Barbara shares a photo of her design of a 'sGravenmoer with a twist. It was inspired by Vicki Taylor's workshop that encouraged lots of creative ideas!
Credit: Barbara Stokes