Welcome to the Embroiderers’ Guild of South Australia Inc. where embroidery of all kinds is practised, explored, enjoyed and shared.

All are welcome, from those just starting out with needlework through to the highly experienced embroiderer.  No matter your area of interest, a wide variety of embroidery groups are available to join.

The groups encompass various styles and techniques in both traditional and contemporary embroidery and other forms of textile art.

There are workshops and courses to suit all skill levels, with regular gatherings where members share knowledge, experience and fun.

All members enjoy access to our extensive library and our fully accredited comprehensive museum collection.

If you live anywhere in regional South Australia, we also have 12 active country branches.

JEMS is our junior embroiderers’ group, designed especially for 8-18 year olds so that embroidery can continue to be practiced and enjoyed long into the future.

Above all, the Embroiderers’ Guild of South Australia offers a friendly, relaxed and enjoyable environment for young and old to share their love of needle and textile arts.

Our newsletter, The Review, is published 11 times a year and has a circulation of over 600 people. Advertising space for needlework related items is available at very reasonable rates. For further information, please email the editor at contact@embguildsa.org.au

If you would like to receive a complimentary digital copy of our newsletter prior to joining, in order to see some of the activities we have undertaken recently, please email us at contact@embguildsa.org.au. Otherwise, come for a visit and join in the fun.

ON LINE Membership RENEWAL is now availiable CLICK HERE for the form

For current membership prices check the Members page.

General meetings: General meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 10.30am, unless they clash with a public holiday. In these cases, they are held on the second Monday of the month.

Museum Memory Box:
Click HERE to view a blog about the Embroiderers’ Guild Museum of SA’s Memory Box which has been created for use in aged care facilities.

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