Honiton Lace

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Course: Honiton Lace
Tutor: Liz Trebble
Start Date: 6th April 2018
Start Time: Dinner
End Date: 8th April 2018
End Time: Lunch
Res Fee (from): £321.00
Non Res Fee: £215.00 What's included?

This is a practical course designed for bobbin lacemakers of all abilities. For those who have knowledge of basic bobbin stitches there is the opportunity to be introduced to the techniques of this classic English lace. Those experienced in Honiton lacemaking can expand their skills and understanding of this lace and gain inspiration and guidance on interpretation and design development. Whatever your level, come and enjoy the magic of lacemaking. 

Tutor Information

Liz Trebble

Liz started lacemaking in 1978 and became a member of the Devon Lace Teachers in 1985 working for Devon County Council as an adult education tutor for twenty years, and has been a tutor with the WEA for nine years. She teaches weekly lace classes in Devon and courses both nationally and internationally. Liz has been involved in an international lace making project , ‘Chrysalis’ at Plymouth College of Art, and has also run lace identification workshops, and over the last year,with a colleague has started an ongoing lace class with a local primary school.

Liz was Chairman of the Devon Lace Teachers Association for nine years, and is currently Vice-Chairman. She annually organises lace exhibitions in particular the Devon County Show and the Mid Devon Show.

Since 2002 Liz has been a volunteer at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter working on the extensive lace collection, and in the last year has also undertaken similar work with Sidmouth Museum and the Fashion and Costume Museum in Bath.

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