The Queen Anne's Lace

A flower known for it's many florets that create a beautiful lacey umbrella shape with dainty red petals at the center has an interesting name origin.

Named after the both the Queen of Anne Great Britain (1702) and her great grandmother Anne of Denmark, as the story goes the flowers resemblance to lace, which had a prominent appearance in the time, as reference to the fact that Anne pricked her finger with the needle while creating lace and that is why the flower has small red petals in its center that resemble a drop of blood.

This is a beginner friendly course!

The Queen Anne's Lace Course is a great introduction to scissor control as we work with fringing crepe paper to create the florets of the bloom.

This course is Open for Enrollment!