Fall Edition 33:1 is in the Mail!

TheCLG Website Copy 33.1 Fall 2018 Fall edition of the Gazette is on its way to subscribers across Canada and beyond our borders. We hope you enjoy reading this issue and continue to Love Lace!

The next edition is underway. If you have an article to share, send it to us for consideration. Thank you for your interest in our publication! CLG

Down Memory Lane

Website Sales Gazette Images Toronto 5 Ottawa 6 to 7 & Sup

Hot off the press! We are sharing the content lists of some early Gazette editions with anyone who is interested in our lace history! Check the Gazette Editions section for all the details.

The final set is underway, going back to the very beginning and will be posted soon. Enjoy this trip down memory lane…

July 4 Celebrations!

Spring 1995 Web Image July 4, 2017 Post

Happy July 4 to our American friends and lacemakers in the United States! Thanks for your contributions to the Gazette over the years. We appreciate your support!

Our featured cover is “Kites” by Tamara Web, USA. See the Gazette Editions section for a new posting of the list of contents for Volumes 8 to 11, published in Ottawa! More to follow…

Summer 2017 Edition in the Mail!

Summer edition Website VersionThe Summer edition of the Gazette has been mailed. Have a wonderful summer!

Take part in the International Lace Day on June 25th. Find a public place, make lace, send us a story, along with some photos, so we can publish it as we celebrate this wonderful lace event!

Spring Edition is in the Mail!

 Website Cover 31.3 Spring 2017The 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.

 

Lace Groups Across Canada

img_5753A brand new page shows a list of known lace groups in Canada. We are publishing the groups online as well as in 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: clgeditor@gmail.com (add address to your contact list). Many thanks to all the people who assisted with this 2017 project!