The Winter edition will be mailed soon. Missed our Fall edition? You can still bundle the Fall and Winter editions and they will be sent to you in one package. Join the fun!
Our Fall edition has been mailed! This begins a “new year” with a growing number of subscribers from places near and far. We appreciate the connections world wide as well as on the home front. If you are interested in receiving an edition, please email clgeditor@ gmail.com or visit the Subscription section on the website. Our pages fill up quickly with a variety of interesting topics. You are welcome to participate and share your love of lace!
The Spring Gazette has been mailed. Details are posted in the Editions section on this website. Thanks to all who contributed to this edition! We hope you are staying safe and healthy during this unique time in history.
PS: Visit our resource listings in the Swap ‘n Shop section. Scroll down to see suggestions to create a record of threads, bobbins, and lace projects.
New is a sample record page for your personal library if you wish to use your “down time” at home to do some sorting. Take care and stay healthy!
Poppies from Canada. Lest we forget! May we continue to strive for peace in the world. Wishing you peace wherever you are, from the Canadian Lacemaker Gazette.
The 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
Une visite récente au Québec a inclus quelques heures au Musée des Ursulines, au 12, rue Donnacona. La dentelle aux fuseaux faisait partie de l’éducation des jeunes filles.
A recent visit to Quebec included a few hours at the Ursuline Museum, 12 Donnacona Street. Bobbin lace was part of the education for young girls.
The Spring edition of the Gazette has been mailed! Many thanks to all who contributed to our current issue. The packages are now on their way to places near and far. Happy Spring!
Step back in time to 1738 with a visit this summer to Fort Louisbourg, a national historic site on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. See a lacemaker demonstrating bobbin lace as it was done during this time in history! A building located on another street has displays dedicated to women and their many important contributions to everyday life at the fort.