Our Workshop Calendar is back!
See the full 2021 program with links listed to the right, or under Learning. Choose from Samplers, Block of the Month, Elizabethan inspired or a refresh of your embroidery skills, and more with a large and varied programme including online registration and payment through Trybooking.
If you are interested in working with your own small design and selection of stitches but find Anna Scott’s workshop full contact the Workshop Registrar and enquire about a wait list.
Or local tutors may spark your interest –
Rita Petters as she takes you through traditional Hardanger with the creative addition of colour and other counted embroideries such as cross stitch, blackwork or bargello,
and Wendy Myles with her Free Motion Machine Embroidery for beginners.
2021 Australian Heritage Festival Talk
WEDDING DRESSES: SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW…
Wedding dresses 1840-2019…. a unique opportunity to view garments old and new, borrowed (but not blue) and be enthralled by history at its most delightful……. Click here To read more…
Become a Member of the Guild
If you have an interest in embroidery consider joining the Guild. You may access a variety of membership benefits, such as:
– Six issues of the Guild newsletter ‘The Embroiderer’ annually
– Participation in embroidery groups (here Innovative Stitches Group discover the Japanese art of gift wrapping).
– Embroidery workshops at discounted prices
– Lending library with thousands of books and magazines
– And more!
The Embroiderers’ Guild of WA
Is a learning community for anyone with a love of embroidery, stitch and textiles. We provide avenues for those aged 8 or over to develop their embroidery and lace making skills. We welcome both beginners and experienced embroiderers.
Most of our approximately 500 members learn and practice their embroidery skills in the social and sharing environment of our many groups that meet throughout the Perth metropolitan area and regional WA.
The Guild has an extensive and varied workshop programme, a large lending library, and a Historic Textile Collection which is open to members and the public by appointment. The Guild also provides children’s activities during school holidays.
Check out our website here, or our Facebook and Instagram pages for more inspiration.
Guild House is open……
But everyone is reminded of the requirements to wear masks, maintain social distancing, wash hands, clean hard surfaces and please do not attend if you are feeling the slightest bit unwell.