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Chesterfield Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild is a friendly group of people with an interest in textiles, embroidery and mixed media. 

Chesterfield Branch Banner "Spire"

'Spire' - the Branch banner - showing the well known Chesterfield Crooked Spire. The Tudor looking building on 
the left of this picture is where we meet. 

We are also on Facebook and Pinterest.


As we are not meeting at the moment, each month we will highlight the speaker we would of had that month.

We start with Nikki Parmenter

The Stag DetailAward winning textile and mixed media artist, Nikki works mainly with recycled materials to produce stunning three dimensional and gloriously colourful artworks.

NEXT WORKSHOP                                                          

To be confirmed.

ABOUT OUR GUILD                                                        
Some of us are very skilled and others beginners. It doesn't matter what your skill level is, you will be welcome. We have a varied programme with speakers, member led workshops, day workshops (with expert tutors) and visits.

We meet upstairs in The Saints Parish Centre, 3 St Mary's Gate Chesterfield S41 7TJ (just below the Crooked Spire church), on the 1st Thursday in the month 7pm for 7.15pm - 9pm (except in August). There is a lift for those who dislike stairs. There are a number of pay car parks near by.

Please read our current newsletter to find out more about our activities. It can be found at the bottom of this page.

Our latest programme is now available to view on this website. Just clink on Programme and Workshops link to the right.

Membership Fees

Embroiderers' Guild £38

Chesterfield Branch £27

Copy of our latest membership form is now available via Resources.

WHAT WE'VE BEEN DOING RECENTLY                            


Glourious Gardens - Creature Boxes
Unfortunately this has been cancelled. We are now planning a virtual exhibiton of pieces that were made for this exhibition, so please watch this space.

To start us off, I shared a photo of my piece, Garden Tyger, part of our creatures in a box project we were working on.


Cantre'e Gwaleod, Michelle Raymond-Barker, CBEG
As we are not meeting for the next few months, we are changing the Travelling Books to an individual project so our books won't be travelling this time round. We encourage members to continue working on these but the books will be individual work only.  We are encouraging members to share their work, so expect to see progess here, on Facebook and Pinterest, and in our newsletter. 

For starters, I have shared the photo of my piece, Cantre'r Gwaleod, The  Drowned Land. Textile art inspired by the ancient sunken forest to be found on Borth breach, Ceredigion. Click on the photo to see more.


Regional Tales, Michelle Raymond-Barker, CBEG
Packs were given out to members containing instructions for paper folding, paper, etc to get our books started. The theme is Fairy Stories and Nursery Rhymes and the books are to be made by members as part of the process. 

Useful link relating to our Fairy Stories and Nursery Rhyme theme:

Resources for this project are available via our Resources link above.

More about earlier things that we have been doing .........

TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE BRANCH                     

Please contact our Chair by clicking on the highlighted link.