Members can explore a wide range of embroidery techniques, from charts/patterns and projects to lectures and in-depth studies. Become a member to register for these exclusive benefits. You will require your membership number to be able to register.
Upcoming learning opportunities – take a look to see if they’ll fit into your stitching schedule!
This selection of previous opportunities will give you an idea of the calibre of the speakers and instructors and the range of beautiful embroidery projects and courses EAC/ACB has offered members since 2020.
Speakers Series: Hanny Newton
Metal Threads: A Creative Approach to Line, Flow and Drawing This event is free for EAC/ACB members. Members, sign inRead more.
Speakers Series: Isabella Rosner: Early Quaker Needlework
This event is open to EAC/ACB members, first-come-first-served. Please ask your chapter executive or check the January issue of eThreads for theRead more.
Speakers Series: Kathy Andrews, The Unbroken Thread
Elizabethan Embroidery and the Trevelyon Miscellany of 1608 This event is free for EAC/ACB members. Members, sign in to MyRead more.
Speakers Series: Stumpwork Then & Now: Celeste Chalasani
This event is free for EAC/ACB members. Members, sign in to My EAC/Mon ACB to register for this presentation. 4:30Read more.
Speakers Series: Ephemera and Needlework Design with Rebecca Ringquist
Join fellow EAC/ACB members to find how items of collectible memorabilia, typically written or printed, originally expected to have onlyRead more.
9013: On The Edge
By Carolyn Mitchell Registration Dates: January 1 to February 28, 2021 Online Lessons Start Date: May 1, 2021 Registration isRead more.
9010: Fuchsias and Champagne Cyber Course
by Merrilyn Heazlewood Registration Dates: January 1 to February 28, 2020 Online Lessons Start Date: May 1, 2020 Intermediate –Read more.
CA1272: Cleopatra’s Cat
By Mary Long Available to May 20, 2020 Inspired by King Tutankhamun's wonderful blue-and-gold mask, Cleopatra's Cat is intended to challenge theRead more.