Windsor & Maidenhead Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild
Windsor & Maidenhead Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild

About us

Windsor & Maidenhead Embroiderers was founded in 1978.  We are affliated to the Embroideres Guild which exists to build awareness of stitch, to educate and promote textiles as an Art form.

 

We have 40 members who have a huge range of interest, experience and skills in all things stitched.  Our monthly meetings offer a wide agenda of inspirational speakers who talk about their creative journeys and development. Occasionaly we have a in- house meeting were we have an informal stitching project and lively discussions sharing experiences and skills within the group.  We offer regular challenges, competitions and workshops for every level providing opportunites to exhibit and develop their techniques and ideas.  

 

We welcome everyone who has an interest in stitch from complete beginners to experienced textile artists.  So if your interest lies in traditional,  contemporary, hand or machine stitched we have something to offer. 

 

Visitors are always most welcome at our meetings and if places are available  at our workshops/ Saturday school days. 

 

Please use the contact page for more information about visiting or joining us.

 

Members work from our exhibition in November 2017

GET INVOLVED!

Find out how to get involved - see our current programme & courses on our Diary Pages or contact our membership secretary.

NEWS

Next Meeting:

Tuesday 10th July 2018

7:30 to 9:30 at the Soltau Centre , St James- The-Less Stubbings Henley Road Maidenhead SL6  6QW

First visit Free (quote wmeg)

Guests £6 Guild Members £5

includes light refreshments 

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Stitch Retreats 

All accommodation and food is included in the price for all the Stitch Retreat residential workshops, so all you have to do is book and turn up!

http://stitchretreats.co.uk/stitch-retreats/workshops/

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