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The Embroiderers' Guild is the UK's leading craft organisation, a self-funding educational charity and registered museum which promotes embroidery and provides access to its resources and skills for the benefit of the whole community.
The Guild promotes embroidery as being all work stitched or derived from stitch.
|The Guild of Needlelaces||
The Guild of Needle Laces was set up 1983 by a group of Nenia Lovesey's students. This ancient craft having practically died out is today enjoying a fresh revival. Stumpwork, 3 dimensional pieces/ collage style with a painted background, embroidery techniques, braids and tassels are all working methods in progress today
Mulberry Silks lives happily in the Cotswolds, where Patricia Wood offers a unique selection of hand-wound silk threads in beautiful colour schemes for hand and machine embroidery, Lace-making, Quilting, Smocking etc. The pure silk thread is available in varying thicknesses thus suiting all needs.
|http://trishburr.com/||Trish is a Mum, designer, author and teacher of needlepainting embroidery from Cape Town, South Africa.|
Search Press are the leading independent art and craft book publisher and distributor. They have over 30 years of publishing experience in the Art and Craft market specialising in this area for all of that time.
Their titles are always practical, with tried and tested projects across a broad range of topics. As they have worked exclusively in art and crafts they have a clear understanding of what the market wants and how their readers want material presented
Gavand Lace and Crafts
[Gaynor and James Kelly]