The Gazette Spring edition has been mailed!
PS: The Summer edition is now underway. The deadline for articles for the Summer edition is May 15. Share your lacemaking stories with our subscribers!
Summer edition will have postings of any finished lace projects for Canada 150. Others will be published in Fall and Winter 2017 editions as they are completed.
It’s a long winter! As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, more Gazette editions (Volumes 20 to 23) have been added to the Archives. Check it out when you have some quiet time. More to follow…
A brand new page shows a list of known lace groups in Canada. We are publishing the groups online as well as in the Summer edition of the Gazette. We hope there will be an increase in connections across Canada.
Some may be looking for a group. Others are independent and may be interested in visiting a group some day.
Personal emails are not included on the website. For contact with lace groups in Canada, see group websites, blogs, etc. or email the editor: email@example.com (add address to your contact list). Many thanks to all the people who assisted with this 2017 project!
To celebrate the New Year we now have a posting of more past editions. This month starts off with Gazette editions from Volume 24 to 27. The PDF file contains a listing of the contents and the cover images are posted as well. Check out the Archives. Supplies are limited. Let’s give these wonderful resources a new home!
The Winter edition has been mailed. Happy Holidays from CLG!
PS The Spring edition is now underway, the deadline for articles for the Spring edition is Feb. 15.
New lapel (or scarf) pins “Lace Canada Dentelles” are available, just in time to help celebrate Canada’s 150th year as a country! Wear a pin to Lace in Public Day in 2017.
The design is a single maple leaf measuring 7/8 inch square (2.2 cm x 2.2 cm). The colour is a bright red, the same colour as the Canadian flag, with gold colour details. It attaches with a pinch back butterfly closure.
The gold openwork design is a “ring filling” found in Bruges bobbin lace, based on the original CLG logo by Kris Duwyn, designer and Irma Andries, lacemaker. [CLG Spring 1992]
Individual pins to Canadian addresses are $5.50 each, plus $2.00 shipping. Up to three pins can be sent to one address for the same shipping amount.
Group pricing: $55 for ten pins, plus postage is $3.50. For USA and Overseas orders, inquire by email for a price quote. PayPal: Please inquire regarding PayPal orders. A % is deducted from CLG. Email, if questions: clgeditor-at-gmail-dot-com
Cheques payable to Canadian Lacemaker Gazette
Mailing address: Canadian Lacemaker Gazette, 18 Gelley Cove, Winnipeg, MB R3Y 0C3 CANADA
Dear Subscribers: We are offering all four Volume 30 editions at sale price; individual copies are only $5 each, complete sets are available for $20. Prices include shipping within Canada. (Inquire for shipping to other countries). These are packed full of information to inspire and encourage lacemaking! If you know of someone who is not a regular subscriber and would love to read more about lacemaking, consider giving a Gift! Packages can be mailed directly from CLG. This is a good bargain from a lacemaking group, share the cost.