The Canadian Lacemaker Gazette is an independent quarterly publication for lacemaking enthusiasts in Canada and around the world.
The purpose of the Gazette is “to promote and encourage interest and excellence in the art of lacemaking.”
Our readers are interested in articles from people who share their love of lace. This includes making lace, collecting lace, studying various types of lace and the history of lace. Bobbin lace, needle lace, tatting and other lace techniques are included.
The new revised website was launched in April, 2016. It has an annual fee which is reasonable, with more online space for expansion and no surprise ads popping up!
The website is important in terms of promoting our national publication and providing information as well as developing a new pattern gallery, currently underway.
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