sharing opportunities for discovery and creativity
1 Kings Road, Walton on Thames, Surrey KT12 2RA
T: 01932 260738 - E: firstname.lastname@example.org
10,000 Members, 195 Branches, 650 Young Embroiderers, 2 Magazines, Museum Collection, International Tours, Courses, Reference Library, Competitions, Events, 4 Annual Newsletters
The Guild has moved to
1 Kings Road, Walton on Thames, Surrey KT12 2RA.
Our new phone number is 01932 260738.
Buckinghamshire County Museum
9. Church Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2QP
From 9th March to 6th July 2013
Open: Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 4.00 pm
This exciting collaboration between the Embroiderers' Guild and Buckinghamshire County Museum has an emphasis on contemporary embroidery and textiles with pieces from the Museum and EG Collection.
Contemporary items from the EG Collection will include pieces by Jan Beaney, Julia Caprara, Jean Draper, Audrey Walker, Eleri Mills, and Lara Carter. There will also be historical pieces from 17th Century from a coif panel to William Morris hanging from the EG Collection.
The Museum and the Embroiderers' Guild share in the main aims of increasing access to embroidery and encouraging people to try it out. Local branches of the Embroiderers' Guild and other embroidery groups are also involved.
To learn more about the new forum on Yahoo (Embroidery Friends) click on the link: Embroidery Friends
In 2012 a huge Thank You to Madeira UK for their continued support. Their sponsorship of the Embroiderers' Guild Regional Day lectures has been invaluable to the success of the eleven annual Regional events. We would also like to express our appreciation to Madeira for their encouragement and assistance with our Young Embroiderers new website.
SOUTH INDIA: Captivating Textile, Crafts, Music & Dance 9 - 24 October, 2013
Discover the rich cultural diversities of South India and its ancient heritage of music, dance, textiles and craft traditions. More information, itinerary, and booking form >>
The panel was stitched in 1900. It was given to the Embroiderers' Guild by Miss Williams in 1964. The background fabric is woven satin, furnishing fabric. The design is worked in coloured floss silks. The background stitches are couched threads where long lengths of thread are laid on the fabric and held in place by diagonal straight stitches. The stems are satin stitch, where straight stitches are stitched close together. The tendrils are chain stitch. Parrots, grapes and leaves are stitched in straight stitches, using different coloured threads to create a shading effect.
The Challenge is open to all members of the Embroiderers' Guild.
Two Embroiderers' Guild Scholarships of £1000 each are awarded annually to embroiderers to develop the practice of embroidery. More information and application form >>
To welcome the athletes from around the world the Embroiderers' Guild has produced a spectacular tribute in stitch by creating nearly three thousand embroidered postcard sized images depicting the life and times of over two hundred sporting nations - all members of the Olympic movement. More >>
The Guild will be attending the ICHF shows in 2013
Creative Stitches & Hobbycrafts
Creative Stitches / Hobbycrafts
Fashion and Embroidery
We ask all members to please register in the Members' Room.
Joining or renewing your membership to Young Embroiderers? Please click on the following link.... www.youngembroiderers.com/register. Thank you.
Find out about Embroiderers' Guild folios
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Our thanks and appreciation to all our sponsors, in particular to...
Coats for their support for branch, regional and YE events.
Madeira for Annual Madeira Lectures and prizes.
Twisted Thread for their support with exhibition space each year at Ally Pally and Harrogate.
Art in Action
international festival of arts and crafts.
If you are planning to visit the Embroiderers' Guild, please remember you need a prior appointment. Contact us on 01932 260738, or .