EGA, Dogwood Chapter

Proud member of 

Atlanta Chapter of Embroiderers' Guild of America

The mission of The Embroiderers' Guild of America is to inspire passion for the needle arts

through education and the celebration of its heritage. 

It's time to renew your membership!

It's time to renew your membership for another year. You have until April 30th to get your payment in to keep your membership active, which includes your subscription to NeedleArts Magazine, your listing in Dogwood Chapter's printed directory, your ability to register and participate in classes, workshops and seminars and just so much more! The membership form can be found in your most recent newsletter or at the bottom of this page. So, don't let time slip away and send your check today! 
CHAPTER MEETING - APRIL 7TH
It's easy to think of Redwork as simply embroidery done with red thread, but it's more of a technique than an adjective to describe its appearance. Come on Sunday, April 7th from 2-5 PM to learn about the fascinating history of Redwork and how it came to be and what made it popular. Included in the lecture will be a fun quiz complete with prizes! Everyone will receive a square of fabric and red thread to try their hand at Redwork. Guest are welcome too!
WHEN: SUNDAY, APRIL 7TH FROM 2-5 PM
WHERE: SOUTHEAST FIBER ARTS ALLIANCE (SEFAA) LOCATED AT 3420 W. HOSPITAL AVE, CHAMBLEE, GA
COST: FREE! 

A Little Book of Embroidery Basics - FREE to all EGA members!

​Have you gotten your FREE downloadable booklet yet? This book is a little collection of tips and bits of knowledge collected by the author, designed to help a beginning embroiderer with some basic knowledge about the wonderful world of embroidery in any of its forms, and to encourage an established embroiderer to pursue beautiful stitches. Included are 'The Expert Advises' - invaluable tips offered from some of our teachers.

Remember, this is free, but only to EGA members.

The book can be accessed by logging into EGA's national website at www.egausa.org and then clicking on 'resources' and then 'free projects'. 

The book can be printed on 8 1/2" x 11" paper and then cut to 5.5" x 8.5" and bound in your preferred method.

Funding for 'A Little Book of Embroidery Basics' was made possible by the Gay Montegue Phillips Bequest. 

Dogwood Chapter Documents, Links and Files

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Dogwood Chapter Bylaws
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Dogwood Chapter Policies & Procedures
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