• CEG London

    It is the philosophy of the Guild that there are no limits to the materials used in modern embroidery and that embroidery is neither confined to fabrics alone, nor limited to surface decoration. We believe that embroidery is a fine art form and that there is no one way to create art, and no single best way to work with fabric. Read More
  • Programs

    See what classes, workshops and events CEG, London has planned for this coming year. If you have questions, please complete the form available on the Contact page.

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  • Galleries

    We have a very talented group of artists at CEG, London. Represented in this area is a cross-section of the work produced by our members. We invite you to browse this area and learn more about our artists. Feel free to contact artists to inquire about purchasing or commissioning work.

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  • CEG Members

    Members may choose to join the Day Group and/or the Evening Group or become an Associate Member. All memberships include access to workshops, programs and special events as well as use of the Guild library, access to the members area of this website, and a copy of the CEGments Annual. Read More
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Members may choose to join the Day Group and/or the Evening Group or become an Associate Member. For full information about membership cost, classes, and registration forms, please visit the Classes Page. All memberships include the following:

  • Attendance at the Afternoon Programs held on second and fourth Thursday afternoons from September to April. Afternoon Programs feature presentations by guest artists, workshops, business meetings and special events.
  • Use of the Guild library.
  • Participation in workshops and other special events.
  • Participation in "Third Thursdays". Third Thursdays are informal meetings of Guild members on the morning of the third Thursday in each month between September and April.
  • Access to the "Members Only" portion of our website.

The Day Group meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, from September to April or as scheduled.
Benefits of membership include all items listed above, as well as:

  • Participation in classes ranging from beginning stitches to advanced fibre art techniques taught by knowledgeable Guild members. We also offer focus groups, guest lectures and independent stitching.

The Evening Group meets every second and fourth Monday evening for lessons, sharing of knowledge and individual pursuits.  In addition to the benefits all members receive, classes are offered in a variety of techniques. There are also guest speakers and opportunities for independent stitching.

Associate Members receive all the same benefits as other members, but do not attend regular classes. This is the perfect membership for those who wish to pursue their own work yet remain in contact with a supportive textile arts community.