EST 2018

The South Armagh Lace Collective

Our group was founded to promote the rich heritage and tradition of lace-making in South Armagh which extends back to the 1820s through the passing on of our skills and the sharing of our many untold lace stories.  Our purpose is highlight the important role and contribution Culloville, Crossmaglen and the surrounding area had on making Carrickmacross Lace such a major international success story.

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13AugustTuesday
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Amazing Lace Exhibition Limerick

Time: Tuesday, August 13, 2019August 13, 2019 - 5:00 pm - August 25, 2019 - 5:00 pm / pin St Mary's Cathedral, Limerick Bridge Street, Limerick, Ireland
06JulySaturday
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The Big Lace Lunch

Time: Saturday, July 6, 20191:00 pm - 4:00 pm / Culloville Community Centre

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For too long lace and the women who have made and continue to make it from South Armagh and the surrounding areas have been in the shadow of Carrickmacross. Explore our collection of South Armagh lace, from Culloville to Crossmaglen and beyond. Read the stories of the great women who began this tradition of lace making, and those who keep it alive today.

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The Big Lace Lunch

Community Centre to celebrate International Lace Day. On the day, we will be exhibiting some of our old lace treasure and some

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