Understand the basics of how to make lace. Learn a basic stitch to make a 'Torchon Ground' lace bookmark. Handmade bobbin lace, which has been around since the 16th century, is a type of off-loom weaving created on a “lace pillow” with threads wound on bobbins. Though it might look complicated, all bobbin lace is made with a few repetitive moves, using only four bobbins at a time. Learn the basics of bobbin lacemaking, from winding the bobbins to making four small lace projects, in this introductory class. Coloured threads are used to make it easier to see what is happening. The cost of the workshop is $120 including all materials with the option of purchasing your own lace making starter kit at an additional cost of $90.