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Elaine Chock
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Elaine first discovered a lace butterfly in a shop in 1983, and was determined to learn how to make one of her own. She found an instructor and has been studying and making lace for over 35 years. Elaine initially studied Torchon lace, but following her love of bobbin lace, she was introduced to other types including Dutch, English, and Belgian laces. She has concentrated her studies in the more complex Belgian laces, with her favorites including Binche and Point de Paris. Elaine has studied with Robin Lewis-Wild, and has traveled to Belgium and the Netherlands for instruction. She has been teaching lace work in Virginia for nearly 25 years and is excited to introduce new students to lace work.

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UPCOMING CLASSES INSTRUCTED BY Elaine:
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Lace
Elaine Chock
Beginning Bobbin Lace Sunday, May 30 - Saturday, June 5, 2021


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