Stamford Stitchers

As part of the changes at the Embroiderers Guild we have become an independent stitch group with a new name

Stamford Stitchers

Some meetings are face to face and some will be held via Zoom.
Please check before travelling.

if you would like more information on how to join the meetings please email Marianne on


we hope you all enjoy making the whitework coaster

Hear are some of the finished canvas bookmarks from the October kits


we will let you know when we are able to hold workshops again


Easton on the Hill Village Hall

our weekly Guild Meetings are held over Zoom

on Thursday evenings 7.15-8.15pm

Contact Marianne for a link to join

Challenge Books

Theme: habitat: mountains



If you would like to get involved and create a piece to swap, please email Marianne

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In future we hope to get back to our meetings at:
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.

Meetings 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

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 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, Stamford Stitchers


Chair - Marianne Young