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Welcome!  The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc. (EGA) is a national non-profit educational organization offering study and preservation of the heritage and art of embroidery.


The Bucks County Chapter of the EGA offers workshops, group correspondence courses, monthly stitch-ins, virtual classes, and occasional field trips. 

What techniques do we do?   Applique Assisi Blackwork Brazilian Canvas Crewel Cross Stitch Cutwork Drawn Thread Hardanger Pulled Thread Quilting Silk & Metal Embroidery Stumpwork Smocking Whitework

...and much more!


We welcome stitchers of all skill levels.  You do not have to be an expert to join us...we are an organization dedicated to education, Please come see what we are about!

We meet on the third Tuesday of each month in the Buckingham Township Building community room. Masks are requested but not required.



What's New

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Next Meeting

Join us in person Tuesday, March 21 at 7 PM, at the Buckingham Twp Building. Patrick Barron will be presenting a lecture: Repurposing Antiques and Common Objects in Needlework Finishing.
Patrick will share his passion for hunting for unique antique items that he reimagines as vessels to showcase simple stitch patterns or messages. Patrick is a needle artist who has a mission to repurpose items. To showcase Patrick’s talents, we are going to hold an informal show-and-tell which will promote imagination and creativity, and hopefully encourage us to do the same. Please bring some items that you wish that you could repurpose for the general discussion.

What Have We Been Up To?

Our decorated BCC EGA tree that was displayed at the Pearl S. Buck house over the holidays. See below for close-ups of some of the ornaments!

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