At present, one meeting is held in Springdale on the third Saturday of each month from 10 - 11:30 AM. The new location is the Meeting Hall on the Shiloh Museum Campus.
Guests are welcome to visit meetings for two months. After two meetings we will invite you to become a dues-paying member.
The mission of The Embroiderers' Guild of America (EGA) is to inspire passion for the needle arts through education and the celebration of its heritage.
For information on our national organization go to www.egausa.org
Our Education chair is always asking members to think of projects. If you have a suggestion, contact Rose at R2farms1980@mail.com
Anyone is welcome to join us to learn new embroidery techniques, stitch fun projects or to get help with an embroidery project.
A Glance of Projects for 2024
March - Country Stocking by Posy Lough
April - Finishing Country Garden Stocking
May - Beginning Hardanger Bookmark
June - Finish Hardanger Bookmark
July - Landscape Felting Workshop with
Dani Ives. Kit Available
August - Beginning Flat Peyote Beading
September - Finish Flat Peyote Beading
October - Humbug Chicken Project
November - Free Stitch
December - Christmas Ornament Exchange
All meetings will be at the usual location at the Shiloh Museum, Springdale, AR
OUR CHAPTER PUBLISHES A NEWSLETTER
at the beginning of each month.
No newsletter published in December or January
If you would like an email copy of the newsletter please contact Miriam at email@example.com
The newsletter will list all supplies needed
for the monthly projects
The Embroiderers' Guild of America (EGA) was established in New York in 1958 as a branch of The Embroiderers' Guild of London. EGA withdrew from the London Guild in 1970 and The Embroiderers' Guild of America came into being. EGA is made up of 13 regions across the US and Canada.
Our chapter was chartered in 1995. Our members live all over Northwest Arkansas - Bella Vista, Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, Prairie Creek - and southern Missouri. We welcome anyone interested in stitching with a threaded needle to visit one of our meetings.
10 AM - Third Saturday
Meetings are held at the Shiloh Museum in Springdale at the
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History's meeting hall, located at 121 West Huntsville Avenue, one block north of the museum, in downtown Springdale. The parking lot is accessible from Price Avenue.
A map of the meeting location can be found in the current chapter newsletter.
Primary dues is $66 a year which includes the chapter, region and national dues as well as a quarterly national magazine, "Needle Arts," an education catalog, access to the EGA lending library and numerous educational opportunities.
New membership or renewals for current members can be done electronically or mailed to EGA Headquarters. For information on the new dues payment procedure contact our chapter membership chairman.
Membership chairman : firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Embroiderers' Guild is made up of 13 regions. We are in the South Central Region which is made up of stitchers from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana.
Every year we have a seminar where we bring in teachers for 3-day, 2-day and 1-day classes.
Information on the seminars and registration forms are at www.egascr.org
South Central Region 2024 Seminar
"Dive into Stitching"
San Marcos, TX Convention Center and Embassy Suites
from June 10-16, 2024.
For a catalog of classes go to www.egascr.org
EGA National Seminars
"Preserving Needle Art"
August 14-18, 2024
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