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Next Meeting
Thursday 18th October

Christmas Decorations

This is a mini workshop led by Tina.  Bring a basic sewing kit to include needles and embroidery scissors

7 - 9 pm
Stamford AFC Club Room
Borderville Sports Centre
Ryhall Road, Stamford, PE9 1US

The venue is on the first floor, but there is a lift for easy access.
Well lit parking available outside the centre.

Hot and cold drinks are available from the bar before the meeting.
This is a great time to have a chat with like minded people.

meeting are on 3rd Thursday of each month 7.00 for 7.15 - 9.00pm

This is how our members describe us:
Welcoming,  Friendly,  Educational,  Inspiring,  Encouraging

Membership £40 per year 

non-members and visitors £5 per meeting and join us at one of our meetings.  We have a shared interest in all things embroidery and textiles.  We range from those new to stitching to experienced embroiderers.

If you would like to come to a meeting you can just turn up. Alternatively email us on:

We have a varied programme with speakers, member led
workshops and day  workshops

Each year we hold 3 or 4 full day workshops at Easton-On-The-Hill village hall. Most workshops have a visiting tutor and are  very enjoyable events here we can learn a new technique or deepen our knowledge of embroidery. Details are in programme notes below.

Check us out on our Facebook page,
Rutland & Stamford Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild


Chair - Jane Pullan

Secretary - Sarah Donnelly

Borderville Sports Centre

First Tuesday 
Tuesday 6th November
9.30 am - 12.30 am

Stitch and Chat

Bring your stitching, have a cuppa and a chat.

Easton on the Hill Village Hall


Wednesday 24th October

10am  - 4pm
Easton-On-The-Hill Village Hall
Rosemary Deag will run a Workshop as part of the 
Regional Kickstart programme.  

Fossils discovered in the geological layers of time will be the inspiration for this workshop.  There will be a brief presentation and participants will explore lines, shapes patterns and texture of chosen fossils on paper first of all.  They will then explore how these images could be recreated using fabric and thread.  Different techniques will be tried including machine or hand embroidery, colouring, bonding, layering and appliqué on various backgrounds


Friday 16th November 2018

Contemporary Applique

Julia Triston 

A fresh look at applying cloth to surface.

Easton on the Hill Village Hall

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Friday 18th January 2019

In The Meadow

Wendy Dolan

Use machine embroidery to produce your own picture.

Easton on the Hill Village Hall
Contact Tina
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