Welcome to the Website of the West Bridgford Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild. We are a friendly, enthusiastic and active group of over sixty members, covering a wide range of interests within stitched textiles, and warmly welcome new members and visitors.

We offer a lively and varied monthly program, Workshop classes,  Project day classes, and exhibition opportunities, We also have  a monthly Sew and So meeting  open to all. Our  monthly email newsletter keeps us in touch with our activities as well as other activities in the area

If you have an interest in textile art, embroidery and stitch, do come and join us as a regular member or on an occasional basis as a visitor

Visitors are always very welcome.

Parking on site or nearby streets. Please don't block the Vicar or anyone else in.

We meet at St Paul's Church, Boundary Road,West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 7DB

2nd Sat 2 - 4 pm, 
2nd Thur 7 - 9 pm, alternate months
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WBEG Monthly Meeting 

Saturday 14 January 2017   2.00pm

Sally Wilson - Designing and constructing her work
"The majority of my art pieces are initiated through sketches and quick studies and I acquire photographic evidence to back up my findings and aid in the visual development of pieces. I always keep a sketchpad or notepad close at hand, as ideas and concepts often emerge as I work on other pieces and so it is essential to capture thoughts as they occur. Firsthand findings are the most fruitful and I visit a multitude of locations to gather information. After initial research, I begin to work in textiles using free machine embroidery, returning to drawing in order to explore design and composition and to re-evaluate ideas. Pieces are often reworked or modified as the focus changes and develops."

at St Pauls Church Boundary Road, West Bridgford, NG2 7DB

What's New

  • Patchwork Squares wanted Posted on our Facebook page by Diane Watanabe I thought members might be interested in this project; a local young lady, Roxanne Ellis, is creating a quilt/wall hanging to ...
    Posted 9 Feb 2017, 01:06 by Suella Postles
  • Members Sales Table this Thursday February 9th 2017 This is a reminder about our stall to raise funds for Hayward House in memory of Sonia. Please bring items to donate to the stall – fabric, threads, books – anything relating ...
    Posted 6 Feb 2017, 00:44 by Suella Postles
  • Craft Fair - 18th February, 2017 Craft Fair 18th February 2017St Martins, Bilborough Notts. Come and have a go at Rag Rug Making, Needle point, Knitting, Crochet, Jewellery making and more - come and browse the ...
    Posted 6 Feb 2017, 00:40 by Suella Postles
  • Sue Stone Grantham workshop Sue Stone • breaking news and events February 2017Pattern & Texture Hand Stitch Workshops 201720 June • Grantham EGsue stone suestone@womanwithafish.com
    Posted 3 Feb 2017, 11:03 by Suella Postles
  • New Traders for Regional Day May 14th, 2017 New Traders for Regional Day May 14th, 2017We are pleased to announce that Makit Lace Supplies, The African Fabric Shop, Nostalgia Beads and Camelot Crafts are joining our regulars ...
    Posted 2 Feb 2017, 23:10 by Suella Postles
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The next meeting of “Sew & So” with Kickstart is on at 11am Saturday 14th January 2017
at our usual St. Paul's church hall, Boundary Road, West Bridgford NG2 7DB

A great way to get to know some of your fellow WBEG stitchers. Bring yourself, new magazines or books and/or work you might be currently doing. Visitors very welcome A small charge of £3 to pay for room hire. Come, bring your lunch and stay for the afternoon meeting.

Visitors very welcome.

WBEG  Exhibitions

The East Midlands Regional exhibition in 2016 will be Stately Gardens at Grantham Museums.

Pam Keeling, the organizer says "The Exhibition is open from Thursday 8th September, 2016 and will close on Saturday 7th January, 2017.   The Museum is only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week.


Our WBEG exhibition titled A River Runs Through has now finished.

To see a slideshow of all the pieces, click here or see below -

Branch Exhibition A River Runs Through