Stourbridge

Bobbin Lace

The group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, from 10.00 to 12.00. The contact is Pat Leatham and the meetings are held at her home. She can also be contacted by email, using the link opposite.

This friendly group has ten members, two experienced lace makers who are helping the others learn this craft. We are able to lend equipment to beginners until they decide whether lacemaking is for them.The amount of tuition required determines the number in this group, however if you are interested please contact Pat.

Although lace looks intricate it is not as difficult to get started as you may think.

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