Bobbin Lace

Stay tuned!  This is where I will chronicle my learning curve in bobbin lace.  There is a wonderful group of experienced women in my part of the world who are generous with their talent and patience.

Beginning Torchon lace, exercise 3 from class

5 Responses to Bobbin Lace

  1. Linda says:

    I am from Puerto Rico – my grandmother was a wonderful seamstress and also made absolutely gorgeous mundillo – which is bobbin lace from Puerto Rico. All my dresses when I was little were made by her adorned with her lace. I would love to learn how to make this. Do you offer classes for the beginner?

    • ozweaver says:

      Linda, I am not the right person to teach you! I rely on my own mentors heavily and consider myself a beginner who continues to be over her head! I looked online to find a group of lace makers, and hopefully you will find one too! If it’s in your DNA I’m sure you can pick it up quickly with a little help!

  2. Auri says:

    Is there a someone, place or group in Rhode Island that does bobbin lace?

  3. micheline says:

    try ioli.eastern@gmail.com or
    Julie.boch@gmail.com
    the first is the eastern regional director of ioli
    the second is a person listed in Rhode Island in the ioli handbook
    Good Luck

  4. Connie Cook says:

    Recently moved to Coventry RI and am looking for a bobbin lace group or class.
    Thank you for any help you can give me.

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