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Needlework Organizations

Embrodierer's Guild of America The Embrodierer's Guild includes smocking, quilting, crewel, various counted thread techniques, needlepoint, and other techniques. This is probably one of the best organizations for needleworkers.
American Quilter's Society Dedicated to promoting today's quilter, this site offers membership enrollment, a catalog of quilt books (members get discounts!), listing of quilt shows, and museum information
Smocking Arts Guild of America With a mission is to promote and preserve the art of smocking and related needlearts through education for future generations this site offers smocking chapters, correspondence courses, activities, and other information
Cyberstitchers EGA online guild which operates through yahoogroups. International membership.
Knitting Guild of America The Knitting Guild Association (TKGA) is a non-profit organization dedicated solely to knitting and knitters. For more than 20 years TKGA has brought knitters together to connect, create and grow.
Crochet Guild of America The main purpose of the Crochet Guild of America is to educate the public about crochet, provide education and networking opportunities, and set a national standard for the quality, art and skill of crochet through creative endeavors.
American Sewing Guild Advancing Sewing As An Art and Life Skill
American Needlepoint Guild The American Needlepoint Guild, Inc. (ANG) is an educational, non-profit organization whose purpose is educational and cultural development through participation in and encouragement of interest in the art of needlepoint.   ANG defines needlepoint as any counted or free stitchery worked by hand with a threaded needle on a readily countable ground.
The Cross Stitch Guild Cross stitch - and all counted needlework techniques such as blackwork, Hardanger and canvaswork.
Embroiderer's Association of Canada Purpose is to encourage and promote the practice and knowledge of the art of embroidery in all its forms; and to have a fellowship of persons who enjoy needlework and wish to learn and share their knowledge and thereby to work towards maintaining higher standards of design, colour and workmanship
Historic Needlework Guild, Inc Preservation and history of embroidery.  Speciality is colonial samplers
Embroiderer's Guild of England U.K's leading crafts association
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