Edinburgh Lace Course
Annual Summer School, held at Heriot-Watt University on the outskirts of Edinburgh
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About The Course
The first Edinburgh Lace Course was held in 1981. The course was founded by Kitty Mason and Sue Clark to offer lacemakers a week of tuition and the opportunity to develop their skills. Since then, the course has been run annually and, since 1986 has been held at Heriot-Watt University on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
The course is suitable for all from complete beginners to more experienced bobbin lacemakers. With four tutors, we can offer a wide variety of techniques and will endeavour to accommodate requests.
The Venue offers well-lit and spacious workrooms, wi-fi, good parking, and a selection of cafes.
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In this time of 'lockdown' you may be looking for a new lace challenge. Some people have already seen Carole Smith's striking 'Rainbow' bobbin lace lampshade. It was worked in Fils a Dentelles from her own design. Below is a copy of the pricking and a working diagram...