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Lace Icicles

  • Class Type: Arts and Crafts
  • Location: Lexington
  • Start Date: December 07, 2023
  • Time: 6 - 9 p.m.

Bobbin lace finds its origins in the Middle Ages in several different areas of the world, leading people to Believe that the techniques were developed by sailors during slack time on the ships.

Extravagant lace collars were created by the peasant class across Europe and can be seen in pictures of the Elizabethan Court. Patterns (prickings) were highly guarded by the peasant families and passed along only in geometric form because many of the makers weren’t able to read.

We’ll keep this class simple by using just eight pairs of bobbins and two simple movements to create a lacy white icicle for winter decorating. Students may purchase equipment and supplies at the end of class if they wish to continue.


Class Details

  • Instructor: Sally Brandon
  • Cost: $35
  • Address:
    1501 Plum Creek Pkwy.
  • Location: CCC-Lexington


For more information, contact Olympia Johnson at 308-338-4082, toll-free in Nebraska at 1-877-222-0780 or by email at She also will take your registration if you prefer not to register online.

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