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  • June 20, 2024 4:29 PM | Anonymous

    The Big E has announced that they are now accepting entry forms for this year's Creative Arts competition. More information here: https://www.thebige.com/p/competitions/creative-arts

    The deadline for forms is August 12. Entries need to be dropped off on Tuesday, September 3.

  • June 08, 2024 1:23 PM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    I had no idea about the unusual path of her backstory. And a lovely donation for education.

    Bob and Karen Thompson Pledge Funds for Purdue’s New Endowed Chair in International Ag Economics


  • June 04, 2024 10:51 AM | Gail MacLean (Administrator)

    NELG Member, Pat Morris, will be teaching a class on Flanders Lace in Chagrin Falls, OH (East of Cleveland). Dates are October 18-20. Tuition is $150.

    Contact Katherine Dunlevey (dunlevey1155@windstream.net) for information. Send registration and checks made out to Western Reserve Lace Society  to Katherine Dunlevey, 11550 Colchester Drive, Chagrin Falls, OH 44023



  • May 31, 2024 9:15 AM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    A nice interview with Fiona Harrington about the history of Irish laces. 

    Irish Needle Lace: An Interview with Fiona Harrington

    She's doing a class in NY apparently. 


  • May 14, 2024 7:22 PM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    I still don't understand what happened to Doily Free Zone either. But this presentation surfaced at least.

    It's amazing.

    DFZSymposium2022 Presentation by Akiko Momiyama

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPtAAYNcgAM

  • April 25, 2024 9:07 PM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    My Grandma’s Doilies Are Not a Joke

    When will art institutions finally pay respect to our foremothers’ artistry?




  • April 21, 2024 6:52 PM | Joan Thomas

    Finished my flower! Thanks for sharing the pattern and teaching Sharon! it's a Size 20 Lizbeth Col 109 and DMC 20 699

    It was very nice to meet everyone and I look forward to future events!


  • April 20, 2024 5:36 PM | Bryce Wolf

    To those who attended the recent NELG meeting in Sturbridge: Did you leave behind a very nice Yeti mug? If so, I have it and will bring it to Retreat or otherwise work to get it back to you.

    Bryce

  • April 18, 2024 10:50 PM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    It doesn't say anything about lace, but I still like hearing about the context of the fabrics and textile choices. 

    Hat tip to Kathleen P for spotting this. 

    Threads of History: Martha Washington & the Lives of Eighteenth-Century Women

    A Material Memory Program

    Tuesday, May 7

    Doors Open: 6:00 PM

    Program Begins: 6:30 PM

    Location: Old South Meeting House

    Admission: Free


  • April 01, 2024 8:48 AM | Mary Mangan (Administrator)

    Anyone interested in a visit to a flax exhibit? A New England flax production story, particularly.

    Combing History: Flax and Linen in New Hampshire

    https://woodmanmuseum.org/event/unh-flax-exhibit-opening/

    I can't tell from here how long the exhibit is intended to run, I'll send off an email. And I'll ask if they might have any opportunities for a small group visit maybe. 


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