About the event
A one day Limerick lace workshop for beginners will take place in the Limerick Museum, that has a number of remarkable lace artefacts on display.
The workshop will be led by reputed lace teacher Toni O’Malley. Toni learnt the craft of Limerick lace from the Good Shepherd nuns in her childhood and teens, as she lived in the Pennywell area and had a keen interest in needlework.
Toni has been teaching Limerick lace in workshops in Kenmare, as well as abroad in Europe, in different venues since the 1980s.
In 2016, she started teaching weekly classes in Limerick, first in the Hunt Museum and then in the City Library in the Granary. Classes were discontinued during the pandemic, but have reconvened in the autumn of 2022 in a new venue.
Where is it taking place?
The Old Franciscan Friary
Who is it suitable for?
Adults and 16+
The Museum is accessible for wheelchair users
When is it taking place?
Saturday August 19th, 10am to 4:30pm
Price & do you need to book?
€80 + €30 beginners kit. To book visit eventbrite
+353 86 0242478
The workshop is supported by Friends of Lace Limerick.
The fees for the workshop are 80€ and a beginners’ lace making kit will be provided on the day for 30€ (payable on the day). Registration required. Limited capacity
All August Craft Month events are run independently by the event organisers. For questions regarding this event please contact the event organiser directly.