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The guild runs meetings, exhibitions, lectures, workshops and sends out a newsletter.

British Tapestry Group

www.thebritishtapestrygroup.co.uk

The British Tapestry Group welcomes UK and international tapestry weavers as members. It aims to promote woven tapestry through exhibitions, networking and regional support groups.

The Costume Society promotes research, scholarship and study days on all aspects of dress and fashion.

Costume Society of Scotland

http://www.costumesocietyscotland.co.uk/

The Society was established in 1966 with the aim of fostering an interest in every aspect of costume historical and contemporary in Scotland. The Society encourages research and study through lectures, publications, outings and exhibitions.

Embroiderers Guild

www.embroiderersguild.com

The Guiuld aims to build awareness of stitch and textile art. They educate, encourage, inspire, and promote the achievement of excellence. This is a continuing journey.

Guild of Machine Knitters

http://www.guild-mach-knit.org.uk/

A guild for machine knitters, hoping to raise awareness of machine knitting as a craft.

Guild of Silk Painters

www.silkpainters-guild.co.uk

The Guild has an extensive website, publishes a quarterly journal in colour and stages annual summer shows with workshops and exhibitions.

Hand Embroidery Network

http://handembroidery.ning.com/

An online resource for hand embroiderers to network, show their work, add events and create their own groups.

Knitting and Crochet Guild

www.kcguild.org.uk/.

The Guild is dedicated to UK domestic hand knitting, machine knitting and crochet. It has a collection about 2000 textile items and runs exhibitions, courses and workshops.

Knitting History forum

http://www.KnittingHistory.co.uk

An International multi-period society originally founded by the late Montse Stanley in 1993. Our members are engaged in studying the history of knitting, and in historical reconstruction.

Northern Society of Costume and Textiles

http://www.nsct.org.uk/

Situated in the North of England, the Society, a Registered Charity, was founded in 1977. It is interested in all aspects of costume and textiles but with a bias towards the historical.

Oriental Rug and Textile Society

www.orientalrugandtextilesociety.org.uk

'The was founded in 1978 to encourage enthusiasm and interest in the Rugs and Textiles of the world. We have a newsletter and programme of monthly lectures, visits and foreign trips.

The Quilters' Guild is for anyone who works in patchwork, quilting or appliqué.

Royal School of Needlework

http://www.royal-needlework.org.uk/

A centre for short and long term training in embroidery.

Surface Design Association

http://www.surfacedesign.org/

The Surface Design Association is an international community engaged in the creative exploration of fiber & fabric. Their mission is to promote awareness & appreciation of the textile arts.

Textile Society of America

www.textilesociety.org

The Textile Society of America provides an international forum for the exchange and dissemination of information about textiles worldwide, from artistic, cultural, economic, historic, political, social, and technical perspectives.

Wallpaper History Society

www.wallpaperhistorysociety.org.uk

Founded in 1986, the Wallpaper History Society was established to promote an awareness and understanding of historic and contemporary wallcoverings.

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