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NEATA have held our first exhibition
since becoming an independant stitch group, and from the
comments received it was a success.
After all the hard work putting it up, there were many lovely comments from the visitors.

Additional photos below for those
who missed it!


An independent stich group in Newcastle where embroidery and textile art is for all.

Newcastle Embroidery and Textile Art is now entering our third year, (previously

Newcastle upon Tyne Embroiderers’ Guild), and is an independent stitch group. 

Our aims remain the same, our meeting day remains the same and our venue

remains the same, see the About page for these details.

The June meeting was very well attended, it was a stitch afternoon, with demonstartions of the Slow Stitch project for this months title, Circles, Holes and Spots, 

See below the results from the May's prompts: Flowers and Folds . A diverse response

to this title can be seen below. 

All the information needed to start off and continue each month is on the Activities page.

Contact Wendy at the email on the Contact page if stuck!

There were ideas left from the book project, some are incorporated into the new project,

the remaining ideas have been allocated one to each month in 2024.

 For those wishing to continue with the book project in 2024, a list of the remaining topics is available

from Wendy, e mail a request if needed.

May's topic was Fungi, see below the amazing work that was on display at the meeting,

including a 'catch up' from September. June's topic is Mystical Hares. 

All the latest from ANSG can be found on the News and Updates page, with a report on the recent AGM.

We are delighted to add a Facebook page and Instagram page for our group

and they can be found at Newcastle Embroidery and Textile Art.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert in embroidery and textile art,

you are welcome to attend our meetings.

If you wish to learn, we will do what we can to help you. 

Please note: All images are produced with permission of the owners and are copywrite.

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