The EAC/ACB offers its members financial assistance to further their knowledge of embroidery. The Memorial Fund is available to individual members and chapters. The Seminar Grant covers the seminar registration fee for members. The Pauline Glover Educational Grant covers the fees for a technique study course. The winner of the Pulled Thread Award receives $50 to further their knowledge of pulled thread embroidery.
We also recognize our members’ embroidery and design skills with several awards. Those are the Original Design Award, Pulled Thread Award, Seminar Group Project Award, Seminar Theme Award and the Viewers’ Choice Award. The EAC/ACB administers The Leonida Leatherale Award (in odd-numbered years) on behalf of the Winnipeg Embroiderers’ Guild.
The Service Pin Award provides members the chance to recognize another member for service to the EAC/ACB.
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Pauline Glover Educational Grant
Service Pin Award
Members’ Exhibition Awards
Embroidery pieces may be entered into the following awards by choosing the category on the Members’ Exhibition Entry Form and, where applicable, completing the additional forms and requirements. Check the current year’s entry form for additional information.
By submitting an entry, the entrant agrees that permission is given for the entry to be officially photographed for EAC/ACB and the host chapters’ purposes.
Original Design Award
- Original Design Award Policy
- Original Design Award Info Package
- Original Design Award Guidelines
- Original Design Award: The Creative Process
- Original Design Award Application
Pulled Thread Award
Seminar Group Project Award
Groups planning to enter a group project must inform the seminar committee with an intent to submit notice.
- Seminar Group Project Award Policy
- Seminar Group Project Entry Form
- Seminar Group Project Participants Form
The following three awards do not require additional forms or documents.