What The Lace Guild Does

What is the Lace Guild?

  • The Lace Guild is the largest lace organisation in the United Kingdom.

  • It is an accredited museum with a large collection of lace and associated artefacts.

  • It produces two quarterly magazines, 'Lace' and 'Early Days in Lacemaking'.

  • It publishes books of lace techniques and patterns.

  • It runs courses and workshops throughout the UK.

  • It organises exhibitions.

  • It has a large and comprehensive library.

  • It provides insurance for members' lace events and resources.

The Guild's Aims

  • To provide information about the craft of lacemaking, its history and use.

  • To promote a high standard of lacemaking.

  • To encourage the design, development and professional presentation of lace.

The Small Print

The Lace Guild is a registered educational charity (a not-for-profit organisation) governed by constitution. It is managed by an elected Executive Committee, whose members are also Trustees of the Charity.

Registered Charity No. 274397

Accredited Museum No. RD1950

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