All workshops are presented at The Lace Museum. Please see the informational flyers below for details.
Register and pay online: Click the workshop's online form button to register and pay using your credit card or PayPal account OR Register and pay by check: Print the paper form(pdf) and mail it and your check to the museum.
Where to stay: Click here to open a Google map centered on The Lace Museum location (the gray pin on the map). The map shows many hotels in the area with approximate prices. On the left side panel, adjust the check in and check out dates to match your itinerary. Contact the hotel of your choice directly for pricing and amenities.
Sign up before the classes fill! Please review our cancellation and refund policy at the bottom of this page.
Milanese at the Museum
Dates: Saturday, October 6, Sunday, October 7, and Monday, October 8, 2018 Instructor: Louise Colgan Informational Flyer(pdf)
New Patterns in Chrysanthemum Bobbin Lace
Dates: Saturday, January 19, and Sunday, January 20, 2019 Instructor: Sylvia Fellows Informational Flyer(pdf)
Ragtime - Upcycling Lace
Dates: Saturday, March 16, and Sunday, March 17, 2019 Instructors: Melinda Forbes & Julie Frankel Informational Flyer(pdf)
Teneriffe Lace - A Class for Beginners
Dates: Saturday, April 20, and Sunday, April 21, 2019 Instructor: Loretta Holzberger Informational Flyer(pdf)
Workshop Cancellation and Refund Policy
Payment for class is due at the time of registration to hold your place. If the workshop is cancelled due to low enrollment, a full refund will be given.
If you wish to cancel, your request must be submitted in writing either in person, through the U.S. mail, or in an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After receiving your written request for cancellation, The Lace Museum will offer a full refund should another paid student come forward either through a wait list or regular registration. A 50% refund will be given if there are more than six students in a class, but your space cannot be filled. Refunds will be made by check from The Lace Museum.