Since its founding in 1972, the Needlework Guild of Minnesota has fostered the highest standard of excellence in the practice of needlework through programs of education and study.
Our members enjoy fellowship based on an enthusiasm for stitching by hand that facilitates learning and provides them with a sense of accomplishment.
The Guild offers a variety of educational activities through which members develop their skills and gain an in depth understanding of art created with the threaded needle. Members and professional teachers provide programs for every level of stitcher.
The Guild is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization with approximately 200 members. In addition to a variety of monthly meetings, we offer an annual Retreat, workshops, a bimonthly newsletter, and an exclusive members-only library of more than 400 books focused on needlework in all of its diverse forms.
Come learn more about the Needlework Guild of Minnesota at a Special Open House
Date: Saturday, October 14
Time: 1:00pm until 3:00pm
Where: Minnesota Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55431
Learn about how we support our mission to foster the highest standard of excellence in the practice of needlework through:
And more . . .
Meet current Guild members
See past Guild projects
Slideshow of our 50 year history
Chances to win NGM Swag
Unable to join us? Check out our monthly meeting schedule at Needlework Guild of Minnesota