Every Wednesday afternoon from 14.00-17.00hrs children (from age 8) can come to make lace. During the afternoon they are supported by tutors who teach them the tricks of the trade.
One of the eye catcher in the Lace Museum is the "Shawl Point de Gaze" in Brussels needle lace (1934 to 1935). This Shawl (54 cm to 248 cm) belonged to Queen Astrid. I
The technique of bobbins is based on "crossing" and "twisting", combined with the basic strokes " cloth stitch", "half stitch" and "cloth stitch and twist." This too can be tried on a touchscreen.
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