Embroiderers' Association of Canada, Inc.

Association canadienne de broderie, Inc.

These are project-oriented courses offered in a wide variety of embroidery styles. The basic level presents a set design in which the fundamental skills of the subject are covered. The intermediate group courses present more complex techniques with encouragement for the student to research and develop ideas to include within the given design. It is hoped that groups of members will stitch these courses together; the courses are, however, open to individual stitchers.

Please click on the links below. Detailed information will be found on each course. All funds in Canadian dollars.

We are now accepting PayPal for our course offerings. You do not need a PayPal account to take advantage of this secure payment method.

Course Registration Form (PDF)

Click on the icon to view courses available. 

 Canvaswork

 Counted Thread

Metal Thread

 Stumpwork

Dodec 150

Bwork Tulips b

Apple 150

Intermediate Stumpworkt t 

Surface Embroidery

Whitework

   

Dfield II Cvr

Schwalm Hearts b

 

 

 Three-Month Courses = Six sessions and 12 weeks to complete

Four-Month Courses = Six sessions and 16 weeks to complete

 

Members Only Login

To set up your user account to access Your EAC and the SAMS materials, please send your request to: communications@eac.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.