This is a practical course for all abilities of lacemakers from those who have a knowledge of only the basic stitches to those who wish to study advanced techniques in the British and European laces. Many of the continental laces are taught with the aid of a colour-coded diagram to help students continue their work at home. Time will be given to relating threads to patterns and finishing and mounting lace.
Jacquie Tinch has taught for over 30 years at venues throughout the country including several courses for The Lace Guild. She was Chairman of The Lace Guild and served on their Education Committee for several years with a particular interest in the Assessment Scheme. She has also taught in America, Canada, Spain and Ireland and studied in Spain, Belgium and Russia as well as with many of the leading UK tutors. She won the Individual's Trophy in The Lace Guild's 'Myth or Mystery' Triennial Competition and has exhibited in America and Spain.
Refunds are not available on this booking. Start dates may be amended on request.
The residential fee includes tuition, full board and accommodation.
The non-residential fee includes tuition, lunch, dinner and refreshments, plus travel and admission for field trips where applicable, unless stated otherwise.
Courses starting with dinner include an evening session which will run from approximately 8.30pm - 9.30pm. Most weekend and short courses include one free session each full day - this will either be after lunch or after dinner dependent on the course content. Daily sessions for weekend and short courses usually begin at 9.30am.
3 days (5:00pm to 2:00pm)
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