Lace Event USA: The 61st International Organization of Lace, Inc. (IOLI) Convention – August 2-9, 2014

Note:  This is the 1,000th post on LaceNews.

The 61st International Organization of Lace, Inc. Convention
Theme:  A Golden Rush of Lace
Host: Gold Country Lacemakers   http://www.goldcountrylacemakers.com/
Date: August 2-9, 2014
Place: The Double Tree by Hilton Sacramento Hotel
2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA 95815
Rates/day: $99 single, $99 double, $109 triple, $109 Quadruple, $199 Parlor suite
Ask for special rates with code IOL, special rates good until July 12, 2014.
Phone: 1-916-929-8855
Hotel Website: http://www.doubletreesacramento.com/
Conference Web Site: http://tinyurl.com/kkklcql http://tinyurl.com/k6qf9yv
Email:
gcl.convregistrar@gmail.com
Phone: Barbara Bulgarelli, 586-412-5557
Registration:  Opens February 1, 2014  Registration-Form-2014
There is no registration deadline, however on April 1st there will be a review to determine if certain classes should be cancelled and students reassigned due to under-registration.

Class List:
6.5 hours MTTF & 4 hours Sat AM  
AW001 Ulricke Voleker, Drawing Diagrams and Prickings

MTTF AM/PM
AP001 Lauran Sundin, Wire Bobbin Lace for Contemporary & Traditional Lace Makers – full

MTTF AM
A101 Gilian Dye, 16th/17th Century Bobbin Lace – gold/silver edgings
A102 Jean Leader, Bedfordshire – Beginning
A103 Lia Baumeister, Schneeberger – All Levels
A104 Louise Colgan, Milanese – All Levels
A105 Susie Johnson, Withof, UFOs, Proficiencies, and Much More – All Levels
A106 Allie Marguccio, Basic Skills in Idrija Lace – Beginner/Intermediate
A107 Elizabeth Peterson, Brugge – Beginning
A108 Holly Van Sciver, Bucks Point Plus Floral Bucks & Lester, Beginning/Intermediate
A109 Karen Thompson, Ipswich – Intermediate
A110 Bobbie Donnelly, Tønder Lace – Beginning/Intermediate
A111 Brigitta Gornik, ‘s Gravenmoer – Beginning
A112 Sylvie Nguyen, Hinojosa – Beginner/Intermediate
A113 Debbie Beever, Chrysanthemum – All Levels
A114 Dagmar Machyckova, Scarf in Spania Dolina – All Levels
A115 Nancy Evans, Treasure Chest in Needlelace – Beginner/Intermediate
A116 Loretta Holzberger, Alençon – Intermediate/Advanced
A117 Nancy Nehring, Romanian Point Lace Floral Necklace – Beginner
A118 Houtz Brothers, Tatted 3-D Angel – Intermediate
A119 Galina Khmeleva, Fundamentals of Orenburg Knitting – Intermediate

MTTF PM
P201 Gilian Dye, 16th/17th Century Bobbin Lace Linen, Edgings/Insertions – All Levels
P202 Jean Leader, Bedfordshire – Intermediate/Advanced – full
P203 Lia Baumeister, Russian Tape Lace – Intermediate/Advanced
P204 Louise Colgan, Milanese – All Levels – full
P205 Susie Johnson, Withof, UFOs, Proficiencies, and Much More – All Levels
P206 Allie Marguccio, Idrija Lace – Making Edgings & Insertions – Beginner/Intermediate
P207 Elizabeth Peterson, Brugge – Intermediate
P208 Holly Van Sciver, Interpreting Floral Bucks and Lester Lace – Intermediate – full
P209 Karen Thompson, Torchon Pattern Drafting – All Levels
P210 Bobbin Donnelly, Tønder Lace – All Levels
P211 Brigitta Gornik, Advanced ‘s Gravenmoer – Intermediate
P212 Sylvie Nguyen, Bobbin Lace – Beginning/Intermediate
P213 Debbie Beever, Bobbin Bling: Lace Metallic Thread Jewelry – Intermediate
P214 Dagmar Machyckova, Wedding Lace in Spania Dolina Technique – All Levels
P215 Nancy Evans, Clementine, A Gold Miners Daughter in Needlelace – Intermed & Adv.
P216 Loretta Holzberger, 3-D Needlelace – Beginner/Intermediate
P217 Nancy Nehring, Irish Crochet in 1900 – Intermediate
P218 Houtz Brothers, Two Shuttle Rings Tatting – Advanced
P219 Galina Khmeleva, Orenburg Lace Design Techniques – Intermediate

Wed 6 hours
W301 Ulrike Volcker, Make Some Bobbin Lace Earrings – Intermediate
W302 Gilian Dye, Bobbin Made Braids & Fringes – All Levels
W303 Jean Leader, Earrings/Necklaces in Chaos Ground – All Levels
W304 Lia Baumeister, Skane – All Levels
W305 Allie Marguccio, Mastering Your Bolster Pillow – Beginners
W306 Holly Van Sciver, Fundamental Skills in Bobbin Lace – All Levels
W307 Nancy Nehring, Lace Buttons – All Levels
W308 Galina Khmeleva,l Spinning the Orenburg Way

Wed AM
WA401 Karen Thompson, Lace Identification – All Levels

Wed PM
WP501 Nancy Evans, Padded Embellishments – All Levels

Sat AM
S601 Jean Leader, Neat Starts & Finishes – All Levels
S602 Louise Colgan, Thread Comparison – All Levels

Vendors:  To be announced

Local Tours:
Lace Museum and Lace Museum of Lace and Textiles
Old Town Sacramento
Old Sac Underground
Sacramento Historical Museum
Old Sac Walking Tour

The IOLI is by far the largest lace organization in the United States. The IOLI Mary McPeek scholarship is available to help with tuition costs, although it appears the due date of 1/1/14 for scholarship application is unfortunately past. Keep it in mind for 2015.
There is a contest associated with the convention, which will be the subject of a separate post.  This post will be updated as more information becomes available.

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