Join The Embroiderers Guild, Victoria
It's simple - and now is the perfect time!
Half-year rates currently apply
You can choose to belong as a Melbourne member, or join one of our Branches. Select and Click below.
In addition to regular member benefits, all new members receive
Subscriptions expire on 31st March each year.
Fees for membership to 31 March 2022 (including $20 one-off Joining Fee)
Half-yearly rates now apply!
$64.00 Melbourne Full Member (normally $102.00)
$61.00 Melbourne Concession, Melbourne Regional & Branch Members (normally $102.00)
(All fees are GST inclusive)
Why belong to the Embroiderers Guild, Victoria?
Guild Members enjoy gathering for tuition, resources, encouragement and fellowship – the perfect environment for creativity - whether at Embroidery House in Melbourne, or one of our Branches in Regional Victoria.
Being a member means you can …
MEET and CONNECT with other members frequently:
· attend regular meetings whenever it suits you, in person or via Zoom
· join a regular Guidance or Stitching Group where you will find encouragement, help and friendship
· attend monthly General Meetings at Embroidery House with guest speaker – in person or via zoom
· enjoy and contribute to ‘Threadlines’ - the EGV’s monthly newsletter - and Branch newsletters
· access the Members Area of the Website and our private Facebook page
· participate in retreats and excursions
LEARN a wide range of embroidery techniques and textile styles at in-house workshops and classes taught by local, state, national and international tutors.
· enjoy our annual Summer School program of workshops
· be supported as you learn new techniques
· use the resources of our extensive Library, Collections and Equipment
· be encouraged to follow your own interests and styles
· receive help with all aspects of embroidery
· explore fabrics, threads, techniques, forms, colours, patterns and products
PARTICIPATE in exhibitions - in Melbourne and at your local Branch or Group, fundraising activities and other events, (such as displays and demonstrations) to promote, preserve and advance the art of embroidery.