Historical information

This leaflet lists five pieces of embroidery made by the South Western Branch of the Embroiderers Guild of Victoria and presented to the City of Warrnambool, one piece made for Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, one piece containing the names of 170 members of the branch and one piece made for the Jones Foundation. The South Western Group of the Embroiderers Guild of Victoria was formed in Warrnambool in 1974. In 1976 they presented their first public piece of embroidery, a patchwork quilt for the Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottage to Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village .


This leaflet is useful for its summary of the embroideries completed by the local embroidery branch involving many of its members.

Physical description

This is a four page leaflet depicting eight works of embroidery made by the Embroiderers Guild of Victoria, South Western Branch. The eight embroidery pieces are displayed in colour with written material attached

Inscriptions & markings

Front cover: Embroidery in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia, The Embroiderers Guild (logo), A guide to the embroideries completed by The Embroiderers Guild, Victoria, South Western Branch, P.O. Box 433 Warrnambool 3280, W.C.C. Logo and a 50 year logo