• 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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Group Projects

CEG, London is very active in the London Community. In addition to knitting hats and mittens for the Salvation Army and teaching handwork to women at My Sister’s Place, the Guild has created many of the hangings seen in public buildings around London.

Thirteen Fanshawe College Convocation Banners (Gonfolons), 2011 – 2012
Designed by members in conjunction with the College
Displayed at Convocation and other functions of Fanshawe College, London, Ontario

“Transitions”, 2005
designed and stitched by Anne Siess, Dorothy Martin, Judy Castle, Ruth Caldwell, Joyce Meadows and
Shirley Parkin-Bobier
located at the Women's Rural Resource Centre of Strathroy and Area

"A Stitch in Time", 2004
designed by Debbie Compeau and stitched by members of the Evening Guild
sold at auction in Stratford, Ontario as part of "The Quilt: A Breast Cancer Support Project"

Guild Banner, 1999 
designed by Anne Siess, Connie Jefferess, Dorothy Martin and Audrey Muchan
displayed at Guild events

“Seasons of the Thames”, 1998
designed by Elizabeth Taylor
located at Central Library, London, Ontario

Banner, 1995
designed by Flora Harris, Elizabeth Taylor and Connie Jefferess 
located at Masonville Library, London, Ontario

“Suffer the Little Children to Come unto Me”, 1995
designed by Connie Jefferess
located at St. James Westminister Church, London, Ontario

Banner of Crosses, 1995
designed and worked by Guild members 
located at St. James Westminister Church, London, Ontario

“Remember When”, 1991
designed by Flora Harris 
located at LHSC, University Hospital, London, Ontario

“I know great horses live again”, 1991
designed by Dorothy Martin and Anne Siess 
located at LHSC, University Hospital, London, Ontario

"London 200 Quilt", 1991
designed and worked by Guild members
currently located in the London Room of the Central Library, Galleria, London, Ontario

Twenty-two Convocation Banners (Gonfalons), 1988 and 2003
designed in conjunction with requests from deans of individual schools

displayed at Convocation and other functions of the Western University, London, Ontario

“Four Seasons, London”, 1984
designed by Flora Harris
located at the Urban Resource Centre, London, Ontario

“The Elements”, 1984
designed by Elizabeth Taylor 
located in the Great Hall, St. James Westminister Anglican Church, London, Ontario
“And the Strength of the Hills is His Also”, 1982
designed by Dorothy Martin 
located at Brescia College, London, Ontario

“Wind Free Are the Wings of my Bird“, 1981
designed by Elizabeth Taylor 
located at LHSC, Victoria Hospital (Westminister Campus), London, Ontario

“We Are the Makers of Music, We Are the Dreamers of Dreams”, 1980
designed by Elizabeth Taylor 
located at the Children's Psychiatric Research Institute, London, Ontario

Seasonal Christmas Panel, 1978
designed by Paddy Ramsay 
located at LHSC, University Hospital, London, Ontario

Christmas Tree, 1974
white and gold ornaments, a project of individual Guild members
seasonally at LHSC, University Hospital, London, Ontario

To inquire about commissioning a group project, please use the form on the Contact page.