Hairpin Lace Bracelet

Hairpin lace is s0-called because lace-makers in the Victorian era used the U-shaped hairpins in their hair to make extremely fine lace. This technique creates delicate and beautiful lace that looks difficult to achieve at first glance, but is really quite learnable. I’m really pleased to revive interest in this age-old art with a modern twist – creating a contemporary bracelet with a traditional technique!

This workshop will provide one of the best looms I’ve found – 12 inches (30 cm) long so you can make a long strip at a go instead of having to stop and start intermittently on smaller looms which can only work short strips; and it is highly flexible, allowing you to adjust your lace width from 1 cm, 2 cm, 3 cm… up to 10 cm (exception of 9 cm), so you can work with lace-weight up to heavier yarn weight categories without being limited by a small/restricted width loom. Special import by Sewinlove!

Workshop fee: $95

Class size: Max. of 6 persons

All materials provided, which includes:

- Loom
– Cotton lace
– Hook
– Darning needle
– Stitch marker
– Antique bronze chain and clasps
– Printed pattern instructions
– Jewellery pliers will be on loan to workshop participants but are not for take-home.

– 9 Feb 2014 (Sun), 1200 – 1500hrs.

Venue: BFF Zakka Store @ 479 Joo Chiat Road Level 2, Singapore 427684

To book, please call 6348 9096 or email

Please kindly note:

- This workshop is intended for advanced crocheters and those who have already attended Sewinlove’s Beginner Workshops.
– Yarns may be substituted if out of stock but as far as possible, a similar type will be offered.

Hairpin Lace Bracelet

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