Chinese Embroidery Workshop - Camelia or Continuance

Margaret Lee is offering workshops for both those who merely wish to try this elegant and disciplined art form as well as those of you who would like to work your way through the different phases o…

Based upon 15th century floor tiling and interpreted using well know stitches, this repeat pattern mat is worked on 25 count linen in cream threads on cream linen. Registration Send a completed enr…

Based upon century floor tiling and interpreted using well know stitches, this repeat pattern mat is worked on 25 count linen in cream threads on cream linen. Registration Send a completed enr…

This different type of Italian embroidery is classic in style using neutral coloured threads on an ivory cutwork type fabric. The embroidery is all surface stitches so there is no counting. For thi…

This different type of Italian embroidery is classic in style using neutral coloured threads on an ivory cutwork type fabric. The embroidery is all surface stitches so there is no counting. For thi…

How to use machines as creative tools

Using Your Machine as a Creative Tool – Embroiderers' Guild of .

Elizabethan Fantasy

This design is typical of the Elizabethan period featuring a bird under a fruiting tree of grapes and lily surrounded by various insects, creatures and scrolls of gold stitched in Gumnut yarn silks…

Embroidery Book-Making Workshop

Make an easy and very adaptable album style book that you can decorate with hand or machine embroidery.

Learn how to create embroidered notebook covers

Make a simple but striking notebook cover for yourself, or for a friend. Using heavy-duty felt, you will learn how to measure, cut and assemble a cover for an sized notebook or journal.

Elizabethan Fantasy - Animal Series

The Elizabethan animals are a series of workshops starting with the simpler animals, the hare and squirrel and working up to the more complex animals, the deer and camel.

What is it like to work as a professional embroiderer? Let our guest expert share her insights. 15 July 2017, 2PM at Alexander Library in Perth.

What is it like to work as a professional embroiderer? Let our guest expert share her insights. 15 July 2017, 2PM at Alexander Library in Perth.

"Preserving the Past and Creating the Future: The Work of Professional Embroiderer" with Jenny Adin-Christie

"Preserving the Past and Creating the Future: The Work of Professional Embroiderer" with Jenny Adin-Christie

Traditional Japanese Embroidery Workshop for Beginners to Advanced embroiderers

Traditional Japanese Embroidery Workshop for Beginners to Advanced embroiderers

Valerie Cavill, textile collector, historian, and founder of the Guild’s Textile Collection, relates social and cultural history through bags and purses.

Valerie Cavill, textile collector, historian, and founder of the Guild’s Textile Collection, relates social and cultural history through bags and purses.

3D Embroidery Techniques

a tiny wren inspired by the ingenious techniques and novelty needlework items of the century. The wren forms an etui, with space for thimble, a thread…

This workshop is aimed at teaching you the complexities of stitching animals and learning to shape them so they look three dimensional and life like using needlelace.

The Elizabethan animals are a series of workshops starting with the simpler animals, the hare and squirrel and working up to the more complex animals, the deer and camel.

Learn how to create painted backgrounds for your embroidery projects.

In this workshop, you will be creating simple or complicated background designs on fabric, using acrylic paint that you will be able to use for hand or machine embroidery.

Stitch in the City Meetup

Learn stitching techniques and get tips from a member or two – FREE! You can bring your own kit or borrow materials from our members to get started on your embroidery journey.

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