Sat, May 02|
The Lace Museum
Turkish Needle Lace Class California
Come learn the basic techniques to do Turkish Oya with instructor Victoria Ong in Sunnyvale, California at the Lace Museum. Two edging patterns and a beautiful scarf flower will be taught during this two day course.
Time & Location
May 02, 2020, 9:00 AM – May 03, 2020, 4:00 PM
The Lace Museum, 552 S Murphy Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA
About the event
In this workshop, Victoria will teach beginners how to create edgings and a beautiful scarf flower.
Knots and loops-the fundamental units of Needle Lace
Increasing loops in a row
Decreasing loops in a row
Casting on a new color or adding more thread
Good practice with tail ends and casting on
Undoing knots and mistakes
The effects of outlining
Creating large loops the same size
3D effects of layering
Edging template; pattern/basic techniques instructions;
Bring to Class:
Sharp scissor; Seam ripper; desk light; Optional: Lizbeth thread in size 20 or 40 (or 10 if you want a specific color).
To get a free sample of size 3 or 10 from Handy Hands, request a catalog: https://www.hhtatting.com/
Corresponding Needle Size to Thread Size:
#18 Tapestry Needle - Lizbeth Thread #10 – best for beginners, this size needle & thread is supplied.
#20 Tapestry Needle - Lizbeth Thread #20
#22 Tapestry Needle - Lizbeth Thread #40
*Books for sale during the workshop (check/cash)*
$35 - Flowers in Threads: Needle Lace for Beginners; $35 - Intermediate and Advanced Patterns for Needle Lace
*Credit card accepted online only. Use code: holdship if you will be at the workshop to pick up book.
A digital version is also available as a non-printable pdf for purchase.