Whether you're into machine embroidery, cross-stitch, gold-work, hardanger, patchwork & quilting, lacemaking, textile art, knitting, crochet, mixed media or any other form of stitch or needlework, we are here for you.....!
PLEASE NOTE: SUBS ARE NOW DUE
You will need to pay your annual subscription by 12th December to enable you to attend workshops, receive newsletter etc.
We are now resuming meetings via Zoom.
We are negotiating with Trinity Centre, discussing the safety implications and setting up risk assessments to determine a safe time to return to our usual meetings.
Until a safe return has been agreed, we will be holding regular meetings and workshops via Zoom
SEE OUR EXCITING NEW PROGRAMME
If any members would like to join in with our Zoom meetings, but feel unable or uncomfortable in doing so, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and a committee member will give you a ring to see if the can help smooth through the process and help you to get on board.
Our aim is to provide an opportunity for like-minded stitch enthusiasts of all ages and abilities to meet on a regular basis, sharing and learning a variety of skills through expert speakers, lively workshops and occasional outings.
Our ultimate goal is to reach out into the community, bringing together a wealth of tradition, history and culture of textiles and embroidery, raising awareness and igniting renewed interest in Textile Arts, and...
KEEPING STITCH ALIVE!
Why not come and join us at one of our meetings. Take a look at our programme of events and see if anything appeals to you. Our speakers are entertaining and informative, and our 'hands-on' sessions are fun and friendly.
WE MEET AT 7.30, ON THE FIRST THURSDAY IN EVERY MONTH AT THE TRINITY CENTRE, CHURCH HILL, (off MILL STREET), SUTTON COLDFIELD B72 1TF. (We also hold the occasional Saturday workshop.)
"New members and visitors are always very welcome. You don’t have to be a talented or experienced embroiderer, all you need is an interest in art and textiles."
Thursday 4th February
7.30 pm via Zoom
introduced in February
self-led, PDF workshop (non-Zoom)