Monday, July 9, 2018

July Meeting + Program


The July program (following business meeting) is a Lace In.   Please bring anything you have in progress, including the June sampler (Intro to Estonian knitted lace).   Maybe create some DooDads aka Doodles to share at community events.

 Tatted DooDads aka Doodles are needed for 
Lafayette Lacemaker business cards 
Please give them to Cathy --- many are needed to hand out at community events. 
Patterns and details are in the newsletter.   



Lafayette Lacemakers meet at 9 a.m.
on the
Second Saturday
of each month

During the TAF renovations (probably a year), 
we will be meeting at the TCHA History Center, 
located at the NW corner of Columbia  and 6th Streets in Lafayette 
(just 2 blocks south of the TAF building where we used to meet).  

Currently, there is no sign on the TCHA History Center.  
The building is  across the street from the 
Lafayette City Hall and Police Station which do have signs.

On-street parking has no time limit on Saturdays; however, keep in mind, there is a
Farmers  Market in the morning, one block west of the History Center.     

In addition to on on-street parking spaces, there is FREE parking on Saturday
 at the Columbia Block Parking Facility, 
(located south of Columbia Street -- one block west of the TCHA History Center) 
 
Columbia Block Parking Facility
18 No Fifth St
Lafayette, IN   

Enter the History Building on the east side, on the 6th Street side.  
Doors to the building open at 8:45am, meeting begins at 9am, followed by program.  


Questions?   Comments?    Please contact Lafayette Lacemakers.


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First photograph and 
Final photograph by Cathy K

Saturday, June 30, 2018

We are grateful ....


Thank you to our dedicated 2016-2018 officers Carolyn, Charlotte, Chris, + Cathy, 
for the planning, organizing, and leadership of Lafayette Lacemakers.   Job well done!!!

Welcome to our newly elected 2018-2020 officers:

Bette Carson-Mogridge
President

Anne Reaves
1st Vice President
Program Chair

Brenda Lambert
2nd Vice President
Community Projects Chair

Cathy Kozlowski
Secretary / Treasurer

Thank you for your dedication to managing our chapter for the next two years.   







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Photograph by Cathy K







Sunday, June 24, 2018

July Lace Demonstrations

Edited 16 July 2018 @ 10am


Members of the Lafayette Lacemakers will be
demonstrating ....... 


2671 W Clark Street
Rensselaer, IN 47978

Community Building

(Highway 114 between Rensselaer and I-65)

Sunday, July 15th
2-5:00 p.m.

(3-6:00pm Lafayette time)

Link to Carol's Butterfly pattern --- HERE.  
 [page is Under Construction]

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Canal Park
1030 W Washington St
DelphiIN 46923
 

Saturday, July 7 
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
&
Sunday, July 8
1-4:00 p.m.



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with comments and questions .....

Photograph at top of post is by Cathy K






Monday, June 18, 2018

Membership, Lace Challenge, Programs

Reminder:  Membership dues

It is time to Renew your Membership.

2018-19
Annual Dues are $10.00.

Please contact 
Membership Chair
with comments/questions



New members are welcome!

Lafayette Lacemakers, Inc.,  is open to people interested in any aspect of lace
and lacemaking.  We extend our invitation to you to become better acquainted with lace.

Annual dues are
$10.00 per year

(July through June)
Lafayette Lacemakers provides support + resources for new lacemakers.  
Becoming a member of the lace group 
will not only put you in touch with other lace makers, 
but keep you up-to-date on what is happening in the lace world.


Benefits of Membership

Upcoming Programs:
July:  Lace-In.  (Anything in progress, including Introduction to Estonian knitted lace (June program). 
August:  led by Bette.  Holiday ornaments in any technique.  Bring any patterns or finished ones.
September:  No meeting or program.   Lace demo / community event on Sept 8th, TBA.
October:  Knitted Lace, led by Anne.  (either more Estonian or Shetland)
November:  Heart patterns in any technique.  Bring finished ones and patterns.
December:  No meeting - Holiday party
2019
January:  Lace-in (Heart patterns in any technique, anything in progress)
February:  Knitted Lace (topic to be selected)

MEMBERS:  Please bring more ideas for future meetings.  Keep an eye on your email for further details.

Theme:  Jewelry
Participants:  Members of Lafayette Lacemakers
Technique:  Open to any lacemaking technique

MEMBERS:  Check you e-mail for additional guidelines.

Community Outreach:
July 7-8:  Canal Days Festival (Delphi, IN)
July 15:  Jasper Co Fair (Rensselaer, IN)
Sept 8:  TBA
Oct 6-7:  Feast of the Hunters' Moon (West Lafayette, IN)




Rosemarie's Heart Pattern

© Rosemarie Peel January 2007


Link HERE to the tatted heart pattern (photograph above).







Friday, June 15, 2018

Bulletin Board

Lace Events:
-- updated July 2nd

Sunday, July 22 - Saturday, July 28, 2018 
San Antonio, Texas
Link HERE for details.




June 22 & 23 2018 -  Torchon Lace Workshop with Sylvie Nguyen. 
Link to details HERE
Check out THIS LINK, to see photos from this event.
[ and check out the FREE patterns, too.   Link HERE ]




July 5 through July 7, 2018

Tatting Corner Tat Days 2018 - "Been There, Done Tat"

Link HERE for FB group, photos of Tat Days

Link HERE for details.




Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Details HERE.
Group Info HERE.



  Link HERE for details.
[ and link HERE for favourite patterns ]



Link HERE - workshops
Link HERE - exhibits
[ btw, while you are visiting this site, make sure to check out
the FREE lace patterns.   Link HERE. ]



21st Annual Lace-In
The members of the Hedgehog Lace Guild invite you to attend.  
Offering a variety of lace classes.
September 8-9, 2018



Fringe Tatters Tat Days
13th "Fall Into Tatting" Weekend
September 21 - 22, 2018

Theme:  Bling it On!


Link here for details.



38th Annual Ithaca Lace Day
Sponsored by the Finger Lakes Lace Guild

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, & Monday 
October 5, 6, 7 & 8th, 2018

in the process of compiling the registration packet 
-- keep an eye on their web site, link HERE.



Lace Embrace

Link HERE for details
Theme for 2018
​Seasons of Lace:
Spring Showers (Bring Flowers)



Great Lakes Lace
Group  Inc.
Lace Vacation
November 9, 10, and 11, 2018


Link HERE for details.  



Tuesday, June 12, 2018

June 9: Introduction to Estonian knitted lace


Photo above:  Knitting by Anne Reaves.
Pattern:  Queen Silvia Shawl



Following the business meeting on 6/9, Anne Reaves led our program:  Introduction to Estonian knitted lace.  She encouraged the members to try a 16 stitch sampler --  so, do you know what a "Nupp" is?

 Do you see the raised areas inside 3 of the four diamonds?  "Nupp".

 Do you know what to do when you have a yarn over at the end of a row -- and need to purl the next row?   Stumped?   Guess who knows .... Yes, Anne has the answer --  Just ask!

Thanks Anne for the wonderful presentation and sharing your expertise!

While we are on the subject of knitting, are you a knitter that throws?   Check out Continental knitting in the video below.   No more throwing yarn!


The July program (following business meeting) is a Lace In.   Please bring anything you have in progress, including the June sampler (Intro to Estonian knitted lace).   Or create a few dad/doodles for the cards we hand out at community events. 

Members -- check your e-mail for upcoming program details & guidelines for the Lafayette Lacemakers Lace Challenge.

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Comments?  Questions?
 

Friday, May 11, 2018

announcement

Lafayette Lacemakers Meeting:


Just a reminder:  now we meet at the TCHA History Center at the NW corner
of Columbia  and 6th Streets in Lafayette (just 2 blocks south of the
TAF building where we used to meet).  

Last time I checked there was no
sign on the building but it is just across the street from the
Lafayette City Hall and Police Station that does have a sign.

On-street parking has no time limit on Saturdays but there is a
Farmers  Market in the morning just one block west of the History
Center so on-street parking may be hard to find.  

There is a parking
garage on 5th street just south of Columbia Street (one block west of
the TCHA History Center).

Enter the History Building on the east side, on the 6th Street
side where there are no stairs.