Hedgehog Lacers 16th Annual Lace-In September 7-8, 2013

Hedgehog Lacers
16th Annual Lace-In
September 7-8, 2013
The members of the Hedgehog Lace Guild invite you to attend
our annual lace workshop.
We have a wonderful group of teachers offering a variety of
classes.
Classes
100 Beginning and Continuing Bobbin Lace ~ JoDee Kane
Hearts, Hearts, Hearts
Come learn a lovely Torchon piece which includes: Torchon Ground, French Fans, Half Stitch Hearts, Rose
Ground, and an interesting beading for adding ribbon. This piece can be used for a bookmark, a bracelet, a
napkin ring, or a one-sided wedding garter if done on a roller pillow.
This class also welcomes first time beginners that will do a nice bookmark.
101 Milanese Lace — All levels ~ Louise Colgan
Milanese Lace is characterized by special decorative stitches that become integral
features of each design. The creative nature of this type of lace makes it suitable for
both traditional and contemporary interpretation.
A variety of projects will be offered to cover all levels of Milanese techniques.
Students will be given the option of using colored threads to make their own unique
pieces from the selected patterns.
A solid foundation in basic Bobbin Lace skills is required. Diagram-reading skills are
also recommended.
NOTE: Continuing “Louise” projects are also welcome.
102 Romanian Point Lace - All levels~ Sylvia Murariu
Romanian Point Lace is a tape and needle-lace art form dating from the 18th century.
A crocheted cord is basted on to the pattern, and then delicate needle lace stitches are used to fill the space
between cords. After the completion of connections and stitches, the basting thread is cut off and the lace
removed from the pattern. The lace is reversible and the pattern is re-usable.
Our study includes the traditional and modern
technique as well as some of the most elegant needle
lace stitches.
Students will discover the secret of modifying the
needle lace stitches as well as crocheting the cord and
making a tassel.
A history lecture and open discussions will make the
course more constructive, and will be a stimulating
challenge.
Students will have their choice between the Snowdrop
or the Victorian Fan.
There will be a $25.00 kit fee payable at the time of the class.
103 Bedfordshire Lace — All levels ~ Jean Doig
Advanced Project— This is a
picture of a piece I did from
Barbara Underwood’s book. I
invite advanced students to pick
a piece they want to do from
any Bedfordshire book and let
me know which book and page
number. If all they have is a
pattern they will then need to
email a copy of it prior to class
so I can work up a lesson for it.
Beginning
Project
Intermediate Project
104 Tatting — Advanced beginners and up ~ Polly Womack
TATTING JEWELRY AND BEADS
Bling to wear, to give and to make just for fun!
We will start with two simple medallions that may become earrings or a necklace,
in order to review some of the techniques that are used to make jewelry shaped
and special.
After the two medallions, each participant may choose from a wide variety of
patterns provided. Or bring a pattern you have wanted to tat or would like help
with. It will be interesting to see the choices in the projects.
You will receive a letter with more specific suggestions for patterns, threads,
beads and other findings.
Schedule
Saturday, September 7
Registration
Class
Lunch
Class
9:00
9:30 - 12:00
12:00 - 1:00
1:00 - 4:30
Sunday, September 8
Registration
Class
Lunch and Raffle
Class
9:00
9:30 - 12:00
12:00 - 1:00
1:00 - 4:30
The vending room will be open before and after class and during lunch.
Registration
You may register for one or two days.. If you register for only day, you have the choice of attending either
Saturday or Sunday. You do not have to be a Hedgehogs member to attend.
The registration fee includes six hours of instruction, per day, as well as lunch, and morning and afternoon
refreshments.
Registration fees are as follows:
Postmarked on or before 6/17 to 7/22 Postmarked after 7/22
One day - Adult
$65.00
$75.00
One day - Age 10 to 17
$40.00
$40.00
One Day - Under age 10*
$21.00
$21.00
Two days
$120.00
$130.00
*Please note: Students under 10 years of age enrolled in the Beginning Bobbin Lace Class will attend a 3-1/2
hour class after lunch from 1:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Commemorative bobbins will be available at an additional cost of $18.00 per
bobbin. Please indicate on the registration form the style (either Midlands or
Danish) and the number of bobbins you would like to purchase. To ensure
that your bobbin is ready by the Lace-In, please return you registration on or
before July 22, 2013.
Please forward your completed registration form, along with payment, to :
Carolyn Callaway, 6061 Huntley Ave., Garden Grove, CA 92845.
Confirmation letters/emails will be sent August 15, 2013.
If you have any questions, please contact Carolyn Callaway at 714-8922736 or [email protected] .
Location
Speech and Language Development Center
8699 Holder Street
Buena Park, CA
(714) 821-3620 ext. 218
2013 LACE-IN REGISTRATION FORM
Name:
Address:
Phone:
Email:
Saturday
September 7
Classes
Use the class number to indicate which
class(es) you would like to take. Mark up
to three choices, in order of preference.
Sunday
September 8
1st Choice
2nd Choice
3rd Choice
Fees
Postmarked 6/17 to 7/22
Postmarked after 7/22
One day - Adult
$65.00
$75.00
One day - Age 10 to 17
$40.00
$40.00
One Day - Under age 10*
$21.00
$21.00
Two days
$120.00
$130.00
*Please note: Students under 10 years of age enrolled in the Beginning Bobbin Lace Class will attend a 3-1/2
hour class after lunch from 1:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Commemorative Bobbins
Commemorative Bobbins will be available at a cost of $18.00. Please
indicate the type and number of bobbins you wish to purchase: Midlands ______ Danish _________
Registration Fee
Commemorative Bobbins
Amount Enclosed
Make checks payable to Hedgehog Lacers and mail to: Carolyn Callaway, 6061 Huntley Ave., Garden Grove,
CA 92845
*Scholarships are available. Contact Kathy Lowe at (714) 474-7498 or [email protected] for
more information.
Vendors
Vending space is available at a cost of $10.00 per table. The vending room will be open for business before and
after class, and during lunch. If you would like to reserve tables or if you would like additional information, please
contact Carolyn Callaway either by phone at 714-892-2736 or via email at [email protected]
Hedgehog Guild Members
Volunteers are needed to host teachers and to help with refreshments for Saturday and Sunday. If you would
like to help out, please contact Carolyn Callaway, by phone at 714-892-2736 or via email at
[email protected]
If you would like to contribute items to the raffle, please contact Cheryl Callaway by phone at 714-925-2736 or via
email [email protected], or Carolyn Callaway at the above email address.