News & Events

Here you will find details of Guild events (What's On) whether organised centrally or by a region or branch and events, workshops, seminars, exhibitions sent to us by other organisations.

In addition, this section also includes news items from the Guild, its regions and branches. The international stitch community are welcome to send us information that they believe will be of interest to Guild members in the UK.

Other organisations are also welcome to send information for these listings but we ask that at least one person in the organisation be a member of the Guild or, in the case of commercial organisations, they make a donation.

Information coming to us from Guild Members should include their membership number in the title line of the email.

We regret that we can only accept information by email. Thank you.

Ross on Wye Ross on Wye - New Branch for the Embroiderers' Guild

We are pleased to announce that our new Ross on Wye branch is now up and running. The branch meets every 4th Wednesday of the month from 1300 - 1500 for "meet and stitch" and every 4th Saturday of the month from 1000 - 1300 for lectures and workshops. There will also be occasional Saturday meetings from 1000 - 1600.

The venue for the meetings is the Llaruperz Centre, Grammar School Close, Ross-on-Wye HR9 7QD.

Interested? Please email the Branch Chair for more information

See also the Ross on Wye entry under Find a Branch

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The Embroiderers' Guild Beryl Dean Gallery at Bucks County MuseumThe Beautiful Stitch

Some of the finest and more unusual pieces from the Guild's stunning collections of historical and contemporary embroidery are currently on display.

See our webspage dedicated to the Beryl Dean Gallery for more details.

Rolls Royce Phantom Embroidery

Rolls Royce Phantom Embroidery

An enchanting new Rolls-Royce Phantom has been commissioned by a Stockholm-based entrepreneur with an extraordinary passion for flowers. The patron, with a wife and two of four children named after flowers, challenged the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective comprising designers, craftspeople and engineers, to envision a car that immerses its occupants in a beguiling floral scene. The result is a sanctuary of true luxury, a vision of flowers, created with a million embroidered stitches.

For further imagery and film, please follow this link. To hear the patron discuss his inspiring journey, please click here.

Rolls Royce Phantom Embroidery Details

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