Nottingham Lace Punchcard Crafternoon

Debbie Bryan, St Marys Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1PF

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Nottingham Lace Punchcard Crafternoon


Create your own unique art using a piece of Nottingham Lace Punchcard from the Debbie Bryan Lace Archive. Perfect for heritage enthusiasts! Your punchcard piece is from Nottingham’s Industrial Lace heritage, from the makers of Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding dress, Fewkes.

Fewkes were established in 1910, Lace was designed and made at Morley Avenue in the Mapperley Top area of Nottingham for over 100 years. In 1981, Fewkes Lace Embroidery Company, the makers of intricate pencil drawings, punch cards and Lace samples.

Whilst you’re here why not make use of our award-winning Tea Room! We provide a variety of delicious food and drinks including homemade soup, fresh sandwiches and smoothies. We also have Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten-Free options available.


Create your own Nottingham Lace Punchcard Art

This crafternoon is self-led with an introduction by the Debbie Bryan team. We advise 1.5hrs for this Crafternoon.

Creative Techniques

Paper manipulation | Hand-embroidery | Gilding

Materials Table

Nottingham Lace Punchcard – 18cm  | Yarns & Threads | Gold, silver or bronze leaf

Fee includes

All materials | Your choice of tea, coffee and cake or house cocktail

Guide Prices

£18 Per Person

Fee includes all materials and Tea, Coffee & Cake OR House Cocktail

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