Embroiderers' Association of Canada, Inc.

Association canadienne de broderie, Inc.

Stay tuned for updates on new cyber courses.

The following courses are EAC's most recent additions.  Registration is completed through the EAC Correspondence Course Registrar.  Please take note of the availability date for each course.


9006: Nicole Eleganza     Brazilian Soutache by Nicole GelinasEleganza c

Registration Dates:  May 1, 2018 - June 30, 2018          Start Date:  September 1, 2018

Registration extended to July 31, 2018     Registration is now closed for Nicole Eleganza


9007: Daydreams     Schwalm by Barbara KershawDaydreams

Registration Dates:  September 1, 2018 - October 31, 2018          Start Date:  January 1, 2019

Registration is now closed for Daydreams




9008: Hearts & Diamonds    Canvaswork by Lorene SaltHrtDia Thm

Registration Dates:  May 1, 2019 - June 30, 2019          Start Date:  September 1, 2019



Proposed future Cyber courses with information to follow:

Papillion     by Sandy Arthur

B is for Balloon     Goldwork by Natalie Dupuis

On the Edge     Canvaswork by Carolyn Mitchell


Registrations will follow the 'Registration Dates' noted above.  All EAC courses require current and valid EAC membership. 

Members Only Login

To set up your user account to access Your EAC and the SAMS materials, please send your request to: Communications@eac-acb.ca. Include this information within your email: first and last name, email address. EAC membership number You will notified of your username and password by return email.

Guidelines for Student Levels

Beginner students need guidance in reading stitch patterns or are new to the technique.

Intermediate students understand stitch patterns but may need guidance; have taken this technique or similar one at the beginner or basic level; have a beginning understanding of colour and design.

Advanced students read charts and stitch diagrams with ease, have a good understanding of stitch technique; have good understanding of colour and design. Must have taken an intermediate level course in the technique. Must be able to work independently.