Group Winners - Sheffield Group
First Prize 9-12 yrs Ela
Joint First 13+ Holly
Joint First 13+ Jennifer

WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE FOR.....

arrow-right.png Junior Stitchers aged 5 - 18 and family members who support them.

Junior stitchers and textile students will find loads of information, inspiration and ideas

If you have just found this site you can see some of the information we provide for young embroiderers, a few projects that you can try, diagrams for stitches and tools you may find helpful to get started if you are interested.

Membership of Young Embroiderers is free - to become a member you should belong to one of our groups. We have about 50 groups (there may be a session charge payable locally to the group).

Important News - Due to the Coronavirus we are sorry but our Young Embroiderers' Group Meetings are suspended until further notice.


De Denne Competition 2019/2020 - The theme is "My Favourite Things"

Each year Young Embroiderers and Textile Students enter our de Denne competition (named after the founder of the Young Embroiderers' section of the Embroiderers' Guild). We encourage entries from all our members - and the competition is judged on interpretation, skills and originality.

The closing date for entries for the 2019/20 competition has now passed but we will be posting the winners' entries on this website when the judging has taken place.


The World's Longest Embroidery for Schools

Young Embroiderers is part of the Embroiderers' Guild, an educational charity encouraging and promoting embroidery and textile art. To celebrate its 100th Anniversary the Guild launched the World's Longest Embroidery. It measures nearly 610 metres and can still be seen at various shows up and down the country. We are now inviting schools to take part in creating The World's Longest Embroidery for Schools. Click on this link to see how your School, College or Academy can take part.


News for Group Leaders

The Embroiderers' Guild Membership fee for Young Embroiderers/JETS is no longer payable. - all in information you need for your group is available on the Members' Documents page of the Embroiderers' Guild website. (You will need to log in). Click on this link New Administration Changes


Wiggly Bags - an activity for individual members or groups

Wiggly BagsA Wiggly Bag is a little bag attached to ribbons or tapes, used by children to hold a Hickman Line. (Hickman Lines deliver medication directly to a patient through a tube). They are worn around the neck which lets the line rest in them, taking the weight, stopping the lines from getting tugged and keeping them clean.

If you would like to make a Wiggly Bag to help someone, see our project instructions http://www.youngembroiderers.com/index.php?page_no=185&page_title=getting-started


A new Young Embroiderers' Folio has been created

YE folio Blanket StitchThe Guild is delighted to announce the creation of an inspiring new folio for Young Embroiderers (Junior Embroiderers and Textile Students). It is the first folio specifically created with young embroiderers in mind and has been compiled by Muriel Campbell, former Chairman of Young Embroiderers. This has been possible due to money very kindly donated by the North Herts and Beds branch of the Embroiderers' Guild for the materials required.

A folio is a pack which contains examples on boards of various types of stitch and techniques. The YE folio consists of 29 colourful boards which show a variety of stitches and techniques appropriate for our younger members. If Group Leaders would like to book this folio for a group meeting, please contact the Folios team folios@embroiderersguild.com

We are very sorry but our Folio service is suspended at the moment


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