Embroiderers' Guild programme

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The South Cheshire Branch of the Embroiderers Guild holds its meetings on the third Thursday of the month at 10.30am in the Scout and Guild Hall, Cheshire Street, Audlem. The entrance fee is £2.00 for Members and £4.00 for non members which includes Tea, Coffee & Biscuits. Sylvia Stead says: "It's a very friendly atmosphere. Please come along and join us." For further information, please phone Sylvia on 01270 811296.

The programme for the rest of this year and for 2009 is now on the Audlem Calendar of Events. For those that want to look through it, or print it off, we include the full programme below:


18th September 2008 "A Passion for Letters" by Jackie Woolsey

16th October 2008 "Frazzled & Dazzled" by Alison Bramley"

20th November 2008 "Embroidery for Bridal and Fashion"

4th December 2008 "Christmas Lunch"

2009 Programme

15th January 2009 "Have a Go" With the Members

19th February "The Journal Quilts Projects" by Judy Fairless

19th March 2009 "Freestyle Approach to Knitting & Crochet" by Hilary Turner

16th April 2009 "Coffee, Trade stalls & Demonstrations" Open Day

21st May 2009 "Creating with nature" by Linda Rudkin

18th June 2009 "Water, Snow & Ice"

16th July 2009 "Jacob's Feast" (Details to Follow)

17th September 2009 " A.G.M. & " Embroiderers Question Time" with the Members

15th October 2009 "Alice Moore, a Detective Story"

19th November 2009 "Creative Cloth dolls" by Dot Waring


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