The Embroiderers' Association of Canada

The Embroiderers' Association of Canada Inc

The Embroiderers' Association of Canada - Please have a look at our website to see the classes. If you have ever wanted to visit Canada this is your chance to combine your love of needlework and tour our wonderful country. There are many things to do in Toronto and nearby is the world-famous Niagara Falls.

The Embroiderers' Association of Canada have sent their most recent newsletter - you can view it here: EAC National Newsletter Feb 2018

Kathy Taylor - EAC National Member Appointee

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Canadian Embroiderers’ Guild, London, Ontario

Over the years we have had many teachers come from England to run workshops for us and in the past we have been lucky enough to have had Jean Draper, Jan Beaney, Jean Littlejohn and Janet Bolton (all names I am sure you are familiar with).

CEG London was founded in 1971 and during her lifetime we had Constance Howard as a Patron. She made several trips to London(Ontario!) and was a personal friend of one of our long time members.

To celebrate our 40th Anniversary in 2011 we organized a 3-day event of workshops, exhibitions and a banquet. It took 3 or 4 years to plan but it was well worth it. The event was open to anybody (not just our members) and we had a good response.

Each June we hold workshops which are also open to non-members and we would welcome anyone from the UK who would like to participate. Details can always be found on our website.

If there are any other ways you can suggest for our going forward, where there can be more interaction between us, please let me know.

Elizabeth Bell, President - CEG London

In her capacity as President of CEG London Elizabeth is an Honorary Member of the Embroiderers’ Guild (UK).

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