CEG, London CEG, London CEG, London
CEG, London CEG, London

CEG, London

The Guild operates as a teaching organization that works to preserve and foster the art of embroidery, needlework, and fibre art. Stitchers of all levels of skill and experience are welcome, encouraged and supported. Instruction and presentations on embroidery, needlework, fibre art, and associated subjects are promoted and provided to both its members and the public.

Our member volunteers are the key to our success through the planning and delivery of instruction, maintaining our library, sourcing resources, outreach projects and administration of the Guild.

News Update


Now in our 51st year CEG, London has successfully navigated many challenges and embraced the changes. A dedicated group of volunteers continues to look for opportunities to meet the needs and expectations of our members. Read below for some of the wonderful events in which you can take part.

Creativity and productivity abounded this past fall. Check out the "New Gallery" section below. With eight classes running from January to April, we can look forward to many more beautiful and inspirational works of art.

Bettina Matzkuhn and Harriet Riddell, two textile artists of national and international reputation, will be teaching summer workshops to be held at Western University in London, Ontario. Details can be found below.

Planning and preparations are underway for 2023-2024 programming. If you would like become a member or renew your membership, check back for details this summer.

2023 promises to be a creative and inspiring journey. We hope you'll join us.

New Gallery

Have a peek at the most recent gallery "Class Work, 2022-2023".

Covid Policy

Read our Covid Policy as of Aug 1, 2022.


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Ontario Network of Needleworkers

Read the ONN Newsletter for April 2023.

Stay healthy and happy stitching.

Upcoming Events

Summer Workshop Workshops Full, Waitlist Only
Save the Dates June 5th - 10th, 2023

We will be hosting the long awaited artist Harriet Riddell, who will be teaching Free Motion Story Telling and Portraiture and welcoming back artist Bettina Matzkuhn, who will be enriching our textile experiences with The Poetics of Landscapes. Held at the Visual Arts Centre (VAC) at Western University, both workshops are suitable for participants of all levels. Member cost for each workshop is $225. Non-member cost $300.

Western University, Winter Semester, 2023

We will again be co-teaching our "Embroidering with the Guild" course through the Department of Visual Arts available to all Western Students. The course will be on Tuesdays.

Virtual Showcase of Textile Arts—Class Work, 2022-2023