Crewel embroidery, 3D stumpwork, surface stitching, canvas work, blackwork and cross stitch will all be on display for the biennial Tasmanian Embroiderers' Guild Embroidery Exhibition.
One of the highlights for this year is reproduced sections of the famous Bayeux Tapestry created by two of the members.
For those looking to learn, the Tasmanian Lace Makers and the Spinners and Weavers Guild will be at the event to demonstrate their techniques.
Secretary Maureen Mann said there would be several prizes awarded during the exhibit, finding it "mind-blowing" how much time was spent creating the works.
The event will be held at Punchbowl Christian Centre from 10am-4pm on October 6-8, and 10am-3pm on October 9. Entry for adults is $5.
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