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Adrienne Quinlan

I first tried lacemaking on a homemade pillow and learning from a book about 35 years ago, it was one of many crafts I tried and put away. About 20 years ago I was making Irish crochet and this brought be back to Bobbin Lacemaking and tatting. Lacemaking was my prime craft for about 10 years and during that time I joined Norfolk Lacemakers. I am lucky in that I can learn from books and was able to take some courses that were organised by NLM to help me progress my skills.

I don’t make much lace at the moment but when I do its either Bucks or using wire, however lace has not stopped influencing me in my hobby of Parchment Craft. In fact my first tutor is also a member of Norfolk Lacemakers. I have been lucky enough to be able to devote quite a lot of time to learning the hobby and have advanced to being able to tutor and help others. I run a small local group many of whom are also Lacemakers. Visit Adrienne's Gallery

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