Needlework Links

The following needlework links are provided to help you find a place near you where you can go and spend time with people who share your passion of your particular craft. Whether you are just learning or an experienced needleworker, it is always nice to find others who are willing to share, teach, and learn from each other.

It is my personal policy not to link to just anyone. All the sites listed below have been personally contacted and have granted permission to be listed here. If the site owner is willing to take time to contact me and answer my questions and requests, I feel reasonably sure that you will be treated well also.

Needlework links to Guilds,
Organizations, and Businesses


The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc.

The purpose of this organization is to foster the highest standards of excellence in the practice of the art of embroidery through an active program of education and study and to preserve the heritage of the art of embroidery.

Be sure to take a look around the site. Quite a bit of wonderful information!


Sherrill Lewis

Sherrill teaches thread embroidery, from beginning to complex thread stitchery; silk ribbon embroidery; bead embellishment from beginner to off-the-surface (flowers, edgings, fringes, etc.); ribbon work (roses, etc.); crazy quilting from blocks to embellishments. Private and group classes are held at her studio in Stillwater, OK, or she will travel to other places. She will custom tailor a class to meet a group's needs as well. For contact infromation or learn more about her workshops, etc., visit her website at http://www.sherrillmlewis.com or click on the link above.





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