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New England Region - The Embroiderers' Guild of America

Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Education

2017 Group Correspondence Courses
NER will be sponsoring two more Group Correspondence Courses per year.
NER is paying all registration fees associated with the class. Each student pays the cost of the instruction booklet, plus $10.00 towards the postage costs.

The current offering is Maharajah's Elephant. The deadline to sign up has passed.

The next GCC to be offered will be "More Than A Rose".

More information and pictures here.

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Phillips Grant Workshops

 

New England Region Stitching Get-Away Saturday and Sunday, September 8 and 9, 2018
Holiday Inn Springfield South – Enfield, Connecticut


NER is proud to host Ellen Chester teaching My Needle's Worke Sampler Huswif,” a traditional counted thread embroidery class. All EGA members living in the New England Region are invited to join us for a fun-filled, educational week-end of stitching excitement. The Holiday Inn Springfield South hotel is conveniently located at Exit 49 from I-91 in Enfield, Connecticut, just across the border from Massachusetts.

More information and registration form here

 


Traditional Japanese Embroidery

Classes in traditional Japanese Embroidery are hosted by the Merrimack Valley Chapter two or three times per year.

The next class will be held May 9 - 13 in Bedford, MA. This class is for students who have attended at least one class previously.

A special class for beginning students will be held on July 11 - 15 in Southborough MA.
This class is open to students at all levels. No previous classes in traditional Japanese Embroidery are required. Class costs depend on the number of days attended, and materials cost is determined by the project selected. Contact Elizabeth Slomba for class info or to be added to the mailing list.

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