B.C. Stitchers  

 A Chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America  

About Us

History

The B.C. Stitchers Chapter is a member of The  Embroiderer's Guild of America, Inc. founded in 1958.  B.C. Stitchers, a member of the Mid-Eastern Region of EGA, was established in 1978 to serve the Southern Tier of New York.  The original chapter name was New York Susquehanna Country Chapter.  The name was changed in 2000, to the B.C. Stitchers when cartoonist Johnny Hart drew the logo for our use.

We meet monthly at the Endwell Fire Station on the first Wednesday of the month.  Please contact us at bcstitchers@live.com for further information. 

Educational Services

In an effort to keep our members informed and as up-to-date as possible in the field of needlearts, numerous individual and group correspondence courses are available from the national EGA, such as:

 
        • Applique
        • Blackwork
        • Canvas
        • Counted Thread
        • Crewel
        • Cross Stitch
        • Design and Color
        • Hardanger
        • Needle lace
        • Needlepoint
        • Punchneedle
        • Quilting
        • Silk and Metal
        • Smocking
        • Surface Stitchery


 An opportunity to participate in the national master craftsman and teacher certification programs is also available. 

Checkout the EGA Stitch-A-Long page.  You do not have to join Facebook to check it out.  https://www.facebook.com/group