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Meetings of Merseyside Embroiderers’ Guild have been cancelled until further notice.

All Talks and Workshops are held in All Hallows Centre, Greenhill Road, Liverpool L18 6JJ (unless otherwise stated)



NW Regional Day 2020 information

Due to the current situation NW Regional Day 2020 has been postponed until 24th April 2021. Please contact Hilary secretary@megonline.co.uk with any enquiries. If you would like a refund of ticket money paid please click on this link for more information or visit NW REG DAY 2020 page.


Chair’s Chat for May 2020 is available, just follow the link…


MEG Newsletter Issue One, May 2020 available here


Embroiderers’ Guild project “Let’s Show Our Appreciation to the NHS”.

We are inviting all Guild members to contribute to a series of wall hangings to be offered to hospitals throughout the 10 Regions of the Guild. Create a 4” (10cm) finished square of fabric that conveys your message of thanks. See all the details and find an application form here……


Ruby has sent an update from Sreepur during lockdown. To see how the community is coping and some lovely photos just click here ……

lockdown in Sreepur village, Bangladesh 2020

lockdown in Sreepur village, Bangladesh 2020


Contemporary Threads textile group have an exhibition “The Palm House in Contemporary Threads” in the wonderful setting of Sefton Park Palm House until 18th March 2020. If you can’t get along to see it we have some photographs here…….

VISION OF SUMMER by Hilary McCormack, Contemporary Threads group, March 2020

VISION OF SUMMER by Hilary McCormack, Contemporary Threads group, March 2020


FROM THE HEART exhibition is on in World of Glass, St. Helens until 6th March 2020. Karen Scott has an embroidery in the exhibition and you can read the story of the piece here, also see some photos of the exhibition ….

IN A HEARTBEAT by Karen Scott, Florentine stitch style canvas work embroidery in cotton thread. From The Heart exhibition, St Helens, Feb 2020

IN A HEARTBEAT by Karen Scott, Florentine stitch style canvas work embroidery in cotton thread. From The Heart exhibition, St Helens, Feb 2020


Two of our members had embroideries exhibited at the Embroiderers’ Guild HOME exhibition at the Knitting and Stitching Show in Harrogate. The titles  were BORN AT SEA by Hilary McCormack and CALL THIS HOME? by Maggie Pearson. Both displayed below…

BORN AT SEA by Hilary McCormack 2019

BORN AT SEA by Hilary McCormack 2019

CALL THIS HOME by Maggie Pearson 2019

CALL THIS HOME by Maggie Pearson 2019


It was National Stitch Day 2019 on Saturday 22nd June and Vicky, Hilary, Liz, Karen, Brenda and Dilys met up in the magnificent setting of the Great Hall in Speke Hall, Liverpool for an afternoon of stitch. Brenda brought the Endeavour cloak and we had our MEG banner as examples of stitch. We were working on the slips for our ongoing Tudor Speke project. Visitors showed a lot of interest in our work and some had a go at some stitching. Photos available to view, just click here…

a young visitor is having a go at stitching with MEG at National Stitch Day @ Speke Hall 2019

a young visitor is having a go at stitching with MEG at National Stitch Day @ Speke Hall 2019


Our Endeavour exhibition in Sefton Park Palm House has now ended. We have some photos of this exhibition , just click here to see them..

Endeavour exhibition at Sefton Park Palm House 2019

Endeavour exhibition at Sefton Park Palm House 2019


We have photographs!! Photos of all the exhibits from our  sensational Endeavour exhibition may be viewed here…

PHILANGA'S WEDDING DRESS by Gill Roberts, hand and machine embroidery, Endeavour exhibition, Liverpool Cathedral, Sept 2018

PHILANGA’S WEDDING DRESS by Gill Roberts, hand and machine embroidery, Endeavour exhibition, Liverpool Cathedral, Sept 2018


CONTEMPORARY THREADS, a new textile arts group based in Liverpool

A group of stitchers who are members of the Quilters Guild and/or Embroiderers Guild have set up a new textile arts group, Contemporary Threads, which will meet at St Michael’s in the City, Upper Pitt St, Liverpool L1 5BD on the first Saturday of each month, from 10am – 2pm.
Any stitchers who are interested in textiles and mixed media are welcome to join. The aim of the group is to provide mutual inspiration for creating beautiful pieces; to encourage each other to stretch ourselves; and to share ideas and techniques.  We also aim to arrange occasional workshops and speakers.
You can join via the Facebook page, Contemporary Threads or by contacting the group’s Chair, Maggie Pearson  (email: maggie.pearson1@btinternet.com). 
COME AND JOIN US!

NW Regional Day 2018 was held in Leyland on Saturday 21st April 2018 and Merseyside Young Embroiderers’ won First, Second and Third prizes in the YE Kathleen Mansfield Award!! Well done Merseyside YE!! And congratulations to our YE Leader Val Heron!! Have a look at some photos of the day here….

Merseyside Young Embroiderers won First, Second and Third prizes Kathleen Mansfield Award at NW Regional Day, Leyland 2018. Awards presented by James Fox. Congratulations to all

Merseyside Young Embroiderers won First, Second and Third prizes Kathleen Mansfield Award at NW Regional Day, Leyland 2018. Awards presented by James Fox. Congratulations to all



Dilys Parry, one of our members, generously organised a trip to Kendal on Saturday 3rd

Dilys Parry in Kendal 2017

June to view the Quaker Tapestry. We had a very enjoyable day with sunshine all the way! The Quaker Tapestry Exhibition Centre staff were very friendly and informative, and the cafe served delicious food as well! Unfortunately we were not permitted to photograph any of the embroideries, but many thanks to Gill Roberts for the lovely photographs of our group.

MEG visit to Kendal to see the Quaker Tapestry, June 2017


Stitch Me a River by Ann Rogers, 1995

Stitch Me a River by Ann Rogers, 1995

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