- Jacqui Hayes, Limerick Archives
- Matthew Potter, Limerick Archives
- Brian Hodkinson, Limerick Museum
- Sharon Slater, Limerick Archives
- Eileen McCaffery, lace maker
- Frances Nevin, researcher at Crafts Council/Heritage Council
- Suzanna Melinn, Interaction Designer
- Gabriela Avram, Interaction Design Centre, University of Limerick
- Giordana Giache, LSAD
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Please note that Limerick Museum is interested in acquiring Limerick lace for its collection. If you have a piece which you wish to donate then please get in touch with the museum at email@example.com or 061-417826. All such donations will be catalogued and put online in our online catalogue.
If you are unsure of what type of lace you have, then we are happy to try to identify it for you.
Hello – where can you buy the equipment to learn/being making lace please? Also are there beginners classes?
Hi Mary, the equipment for making lace is available in Cork Craft Supplies, Paul St. Shopping Centre, Cork, (021)4254613. They take phone orders and send orders by mail.
Regarding beginners’ classes, we don’t know of any in Limerick at the moment. Kenmare Lace Festival included beginners classes in Limerick Lace. We will be updating this site if we find out about classes, keep an eye on this space!
Hi Mary, I’m the same as yourself, a complete beginner. I just spoke with the lady at Kenmore Lace & absolute beginners are more than welcome at the workshops. I’ve attached a link to the schedule for 2016. The workshop is run in 2 sessions in the day morning & afternoon & it’s €25 per session €50 for the day. If transport is a problem drop me a line, I’ll be driving there anyway