Tapestry, a Sue Reed design, stitched by Mary Ann Booth. Worked on canvas with cotton, silk and metallic thread. Photo: B. Vinson.
Prickly Paisley Box, worked by Corliss Englert, is a Japanese-style beading project designed by Mary Alice Sinton, from a San Antonio Needlework Guild program. Photo: B. Vinson.
As a chapter of The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc., our purpose is to promote excellence in the art of embroidery, which is defined as the embellishment of woven fabric with decorative stitches done with a needle with an eye.