Many of our members belong to one or more of the Guild’s embroidery groups. Most groups meet weekly in locations across the Perth metropolitan area and regional WA. They provide a sociable and supportive environment in which to learn embroidery techniques. Most groups have a broad interest in traditional and contemporary hand embroidery. You may work on your own projects with support from other group members or join in the group’s structured learning program.

Some Groups have a specialised focus such as contemporary embroidery and textile art, lace making, or machine embroidery. Once you become a Guild member you can join as many groups as you wish. Groups charge a small fee to cover the costs of room hire.

If you are interested in joining a group contact the Group Leader for information about what to bring and to confirm the group is meeting on the days indicated.

Address: Curnow Knuckey Hall - Masonic Centre
3A Moolanda Dve
Kingsley, 6026
Western Australia Australia
Email: ann-marie@mayes.com.au

2nd Sunday of each month 1pm - 4pm

Group Leader:
Ann-Marie Anderson-Mayes
Email: ann-marie@mayes.com.au
Mob: 0427 443 919

2023 Dates:
Feb 12, Mar 12, Apr 2**(not the 2nd Sunday!), May 14, Jun 11, Jul 9, Aug 13, Sep 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10

This group meets monthly to focus on canvaswork embroidery. This technique is worked on an evenweave ground fabric using a wide variety of stitches to create delightful geometric designs. Colour, texture, and gorgeous fibres are combined to create endlessly fascinating patterns from the simple to the complex. Most of the time group members work on their own choice of projects, sharing inspiration and ideas with each other along the way. Our group welcomes all levels of expertise from absolute beginners through to experienced stitchers. We are a warm and friendly group that delights in sharing our enthusiasm for this colourful and rewarding form of embroidery.


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