Exeter & District Embroiderers' Guild is a branch of the educational charity Embroiderers' Guild, whose remit is to build awareness of stitch and textile art, and to encourage, inspire and promote the achievement of excellence.

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RAF 100,The Gloucester Centenary Tapestry,

An Embroiderers’ Tale

Members of the Embroiderers’ Guild in the Gloucester area worked together with members of the WI on a project to illustrate the history of the RAF in the county.

It coincided with the centenary of the RAF on 1st April 2018. The project leaders, Sandra Gee and Pat Coupe, told the story of the project in a book – RAF 100, The Gloucester Centenary Tapestry, An Embroiderers’ Tale.

This new E-book gives you a wonderful insight into this project. The whole story is told in the printed version available from Pat Coupe. (patcoupe@gmail.com).

Do you, your branch or region have a story that would be of interest to members? If so, please send a brief summary to louise@embroiderersguild.com

Just Click the Button below to open the E-Book

RAF 100- The Gloucester Centenary Tapestry

Winchester Branch

Please see the e-mail below from Winchester branch about a workshop with Lorna Bateman. If you are interested in attending, then you can contact the branch on their web page at http://www.winchesterembroiderers.org.uk/contact-us or on the branch Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WinchesterEmbroiderersGuild/.

Come and join Winchester Branch for a ribbon work workshop with Lorna Bateman on Thursday 11 April 2019.  The workshop will take place at St Barnabas Church, Fromond Road, Winchester, SO22 6EF (parking available).  The workshop will run from 10am until 4pm.  Tea and coffee is provided but please bring your own packed lunch.  Materials, workshop kits and full kits will be available to purchase on the day, or see the full requirements list if you wish to bring your own materials and for general sewing kit to bring along.  The cost of the workshop is £35, payable in cash on the day or by cheque to Winchester Embroiderers’ Guild.


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