Welcome to The Embroiderers’ Guild of Tasmania Inc.

The Embroiderers’ Guild of Tasmania, founded in 1968, promotes and encourages the co-operation and interchange of ideas among those engaged in or interested in embroidery and related crafts. This is achieved through informal weekly meetings where members work on a wide range of embroidery styles. The extensive library is available to extend members’ skills. There are also regular workshops, classes and a welcoming monthly Saturday group which caters for those who are unable to come to daytime gatherings.

Recent News:

We’re all looking forward to our upcoming exhibition, showcasing embroideries from the past

three years as we were unable to hold last year’s exhibition because of Covid restrictions.

We’d love to see you!

Where: Punchbowl Christian Centre, Punchbowl Road, Launceston TAS 7249

When: October 6 – 8, between 10 am and 4 pm

October 9 between 10 am and 3 pm

Official opening by Ms Merrilyn Heazlewood 2pm Wednesday October 6

Gift Shop                      Raffle              Refreshments     

Entry: $5, under 18s and Embroiderers’ Guild of Tasmania members free       

There’s plenty of parking.

We’ll see you there!


The Murray by Joan North

The embroidery on the slider is work done by Avril Howie, Fran Virtue, Judy Husband and Christine Coleburn.

Show Case:

Winner of the Ruby de Jong prize Margaret Flynn