Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1918 POR - Embroiderer Badge


A Guide must be able to embroider a patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design, and do two of the following:

1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.

2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.

3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.

4) Make an article in cotton lace, cotton crochet or drawn thread.

1919 POR - Embroideress Badge


A Guide must be able to embroider a patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design, and do two of the following:-

1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.

2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.

3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.

4) Make an article in drawn thread or cut work.

1920 (March) Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 1st edition - Embroideress Badge

A Guide must be able to embroider a patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design, and to do two of the following: 
1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.
2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.
3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.
4) Make an article in cotton lace, cotton crochet or drawn thread, or cut work.

1921 POR - Embroideress Badge


A Guide must be able to embroider a Patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design, and do two of the following:

1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.

2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.

3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.

4) Make an article in drawn thread or cut work.

1924 POR - Embroideress Badge


A Guide must be able to embroider a Patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design, and do two of the following: 

1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.

2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.

3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.

4) Make an article in drawn thread or cut work.

1925 Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 8th edition - Embroideress Badge

A Guide must be able to embroider a patrol flag and emblem or an equivalent design and to do two of the following: 
1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.
2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.
3) Mae a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.
4) Make an article in drawn thread, or cut work.
1927 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 10th edition - Embroideress Badge

A Guide must be able to embroider a Patrol flag or emblem, or an equivalent design, and do two of the following:
1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.
2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.
3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock, and embroider it in colours.
4) Make an article in drawn thread, or cut work.
1929 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges 12th edition - Embroideress

A Guide must be able to embroider a Patrol flag or emblem, or an equivalent design, and do two of the following:
1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.
2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.
3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock, and embroider it in colours.
4) Make an article in drawn thread, or cut work.

1930 POR - Embroideress Badge


A Guide must be able to embroider a Patrol flag or emblem, or an equivalent design, and do two of the following: 

1) Iron off a Briggs pattern of scalloping on flannel with a simple design and scallop it.

2) Design and work a piece of English embroidery on linen.

3) Make a design for the top of a pinafore or frock and embroider it in colours.

4) Make an article in drawn thread or cut work.

1931 POR - Embroideress Badge


1) Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, eight of the following stitches: Buttonhole, backstitch, chain, crewel or stem, cross-stitch and stroke, featherstitch (coral), darning, French knots, herringbone, hemstitch, needle-weaving (darned or Persian openwork), picots, scalloping.

2) Embroider name, date or motto, or other lettering.

3) Must show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.

(a) Stitchery, done with counted threads.

On linen, canvas, etc.

(1) Cross-stitch, or (2) tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) double running (line, stroke), etc.

(b) Openwork and white work.

May be done in colours.

(1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anglais", or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satinstitch patterns, etc.

(c) Applique and couched work.

Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.

(d) Smocking.

Prepare and smock a garment.

(e) Embroidery.

A. With close stitches.  (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc.;

or

B. With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese," or (2) Jacobean woolwork, etc.

(f) Embroidery on net.

Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.


Notes for examiner - In all cases suitable equivalents may be accepted.  It is necessary to put alternative names as the  vary in different books.  As far as possible one of the alternatives refers to the D. M. C. Encyclopaedia of Needlework, by T. de Dillmont, from Guide Headquarters.

1932 POR - Embroideress Badge


1) Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, eight of the following stitches: Buttonhole, backstitch, chain, crewel or stem, cross-stitch and stroke, featherstitch (coral), darning, French knots, herringbone, hemstitch, needle-weaving (darned or Persian openwork), picots, scalloping.

2) Embroider name, date or motto, or other lettering.

3) Show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.

(a) Stitchery, done with counted threads.

On linen, canvas, etc.

(1) Cross-stitch, or (2) tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) double running (line, stroke), etc.

(b) Openwork and white work.

May be done in colours.

(1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anglais", or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satinstitch patterns, etc.

(c) Applique and couched work.

Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.

(d) Smocking.

Prepare and smock a garment.

(e) Embroidery.

A. With close stitches.  (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc.;

or

B. With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese," or (2) Jacobean woolwork, etc.

(f) Embroidery on net.

Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.


Notes for examiner - In all cases suitable equivalents may be accepted.  It is necessary to put alternative names as the  vary in different books.  As far as possible one of the alternatives refers to the D. M. C. Encyclopaedia of Needlework, 1s. 6d., by T. de Dillmont, from Guide Headquarters.

1933 Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 15th Edition - Embroideress Badge

I. Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, either of the following stitches; Buttonhole, Backstitch, Chair, Crewel or Stem, Cross-stitch and Stroke, Feather-stitch (Coral), Darning, French Knots, Herringbone, Hemstitch, Needle-weaving (Darned or Persian openwork), Picots, Scalloping.
II. Embroider name, date, or motto, or other lettering.
III. Show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.
(A) Stitchery done with counted threads.
On linen, canvas, etc.  (1) Cross-stitch, or (2) Tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) Double running (line, stroke), etc.
(B) Openwork and white work.
May be done in colours.  (1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anlais," or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satin stitch patterns, etc.
(C) Applique and Couched work.
Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.
(D) Smocking
Prepare and smock a garment.
(E) Embroidery
A. With close stitches. (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc. or 
B With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese", or (2) Jacobean woolwirk, etc.
(F) Embroidery on net.
Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.

1935 POR - Embroideress Badge


1) Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, eight of the following stitches: Buttonhole, backstitch, chain, crewel or stem, cross-stitch and stroke, featherstitch (coral), darning, French knots, herringbone, hemstitch, needle-weaving (darned or Persian openwork), picots, scalloping.

2) Embroider name, date or motto, or other lettering.

3) Show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.

(a) Stitchery, done with counted threads.

On linen, canvas, etc.

(1) Cross-stitch, or (2) tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) double running (line, stroke), etc.

(b) Openwork and white work.

May be done in colours.

(1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anglais", or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satinstitch patterns, etc.

(c) Applique and couched work.

Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.

(d) Smocking.

Prepare and smock a garment.

(e) Embroidery.

A. With close stitches.  (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc.;

or

B. With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese," or (2) Jacobean woolwork, etc.

(f) Embroidery on net.

Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.


Notes for examiner - In all cases suitable equivalents may be accepted.  It is necessary to put alternative names as the  vary in different books.  As far as possible one of the alternatives refers to the D. M. C. Encyclopaedia of Needlework, by T. de Dillmont, from Guide Headquarters.

1938 POR - Embroideress Badge


1) Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, eight of the following stitches: Buttonhole, backstitch, chain, crewel or stem, cross-stitch and stroke, featherstitch (coral), darning, French knots, herringbone, hemstitch, needle-weaving (darned or Persian openwork), picots, scalloping.

2) Embroider name, date or motto, or other lettering.

3) Show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.

(a) Stitchery, done with counted threads.

On linen, canvas, etc.

(1) Cross-stitch, or (2) tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) double running (line, stroke), etc.

(b) Openwork and white work.

May be done in colours.

(1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anglais", or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satinstitch patterns, etc.

(c) Applique and couched work.

Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.

(d) Smocking.

Prepare and smock a garment.

(e) Embroidery.

A. With close stitches.  (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc.;

or

B. With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese," or (2) Jacobean woolwork, etc.

(f) Embroidery on net.

Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.


Notes for tester - In all cases suitable equivalents may be accepted.  It is necessary to put alternative names as the  vary in different books.  As far as possible one of the alternatives refers to the D. M. C. Encyclopaedia of Needlework, by T. de Dillmont, from Guide Headquarters.

1939 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Show, embroidered on a sampler or on other pieces of work, eight of the following stitches: Buttonhole, backstitch, chain, crewel or stem, cross-stitch and stroke, featherstitch (coral), darning, French knots, herringbone, hemstitch, needle-weaving (darned or Persian openwork), picots, scalloping.

2) Embroider name, date, or motto, or other lettering.

3) Show a representative piece of work chosen from one of the following six groups, and add to the stitch sampler two small items, sprigs or motifs, each in a definite style.

(a) Stitchery, done with counted threads.

On linen, canvas, etc.

(1) Cross-stitch, or (2) tent-stitch, or (3) "Assisi" work, or (4) double running (line, stroke), etc.

(b) Openwork and white work.

May be done in colours.

(1) Needleweaving, or (2) "Broderie Anglais", or (3) Cut-work ("Punto Tagliato"), or (4) "Hedebo" (Danish), or (5) Counted thread work with square or open stitch, or satinstitch patterns, etc.

(c) Applique and couched work.

Applique or couching of stuffs, cords, threads, etc.

(d) Smocking.

Prepare and smock a garment.

(e) Embroidery.

A. With close stitches.  (1) "Flat Hungarian" (Russian), or (2) Chain, or (3) Darning, etc.;

or

B. With open and varied stitches (showing at least five fillings).  (1) "Black Aragonese," or (2) Jacobean woolwork, etc.

(f) Embroidery on net.

Can be worked in colours with silk or thread, showing five different openwork fillings.


Notes for tester - In all cases suitable equivalents may be accepted.  It is necessary to put alternative names as the  vary in different books.  As far as possible one of the alternatives refers to the D. M. C. Encyclopaedia of Needlework, by T. de Dillmont, from Guide Headquarters.

1943 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Embroider a sampler showing ten stitches, which must include hemstitching, square stitch, cross-stitch, double running, stem-stitch, chain-stitch and buttonhole stitch.  These stitches must be done by the counted thread and the sampler should have mitred corners.

2) Show two pieces of work: 

a) Child's feeder finished with hemstitching or square stitch.  (It must have mitred corners, handmade cords and be decorated suitably.)

b) One piece of work from the following:

(i) An article showing a knowledge of drawn fabric, cross-stitch, double running or Assisi work.

(ii) Smocking.  Prepare and smock a garment.

(iii) Patchwork.  One small article.

Designs and ideas should be as simple as possible, but a very high standard of workmanship is expected.

Each piece of work must be made entirely by the Guide herself.

No stamped designs or machine hemstitching will be accepted.

1947 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Embroider a sampler showing ten stitches, which must include hemstitching, square stitch, cross-stitch, double running, stem-stitch, chain-stitch and buttonhole stitch.  These stitches must be done by the counted thread and the sampler should have mitred corners.

2) Show two pieces of work: 

a) Child's feeder finished with hemstitching or square stitch.  (It must have mitred corners, handmade cords and be decorated suitably.)

b) One piece of work from the following:

(i) An article showing a knowledge of drawn fabric, cross-stitch, double running or Assisi work.

(ii) Smocking.  Prepare and smock a garment.

(iii) Patchwork.  One small article.

Designs and ideas should be as simple as possible, but a very high standard of workmanship is expected.

Each piece of work must be made entirely by the Guide herself.

No stamped designs or machine hemstitching will be accepted.

1950 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Embroider a sampler showing ten stitches, which must include hemstitching, square stitch, cross-stitch, double running, stem-stitch, chain-stitch and buttonhole stitch.  These stitches must be done by the counted thread and the sampler should have mitred corners.

2) Show two pieces of work: 

a) Child's feeder finished with hemstitching or square stitch.  (It must have mitred corners, handmade cords and be decorated suitably.)

b) One piece of work from the following:

(i) An article showing a knowledge of drawn fabric, cross-stitch, double running or Assisi work.

(ii) Smocking.  Prepare and smock a garment.

(iii) Patchwork.  One small article.

Designs and ideas should be as simple as possible, but a very high standard of workmanship is expected.

Each piece of work must be made entirely by the Guide herself.

No stamped designs or machine hemstitching will be accepted.

1953 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Embroider a sampler showing ten stitches, which must include hemstitching, square stitch, cross-stitch, double running, stem-stitch, chain-stitch and buttonhole stitch.  These stitches must be done by the counted thread and the sampler should have mitred corners.

2) Show two pieces of work: 

a) Child's feeder finished with hemstitching or square stitch.  (It must have mitred corners, handmade cords and be decorated suitably.)

b) One piece of work from the following:

(i) An article showing a knowledge of drawn fabric, cross-stitch, double running or Assisi work.

(ii) Smocking.  Prepare and smock a garment.

(iii) Patchwork.  One small article.

Designs and ideas should be as simple as possible, but a very high standard of workmanship is expected.

Each piece of work must be made entirely by the Guide herself.

No stamped designs or machine hemstitching will be accepted.

1957 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, dressing-table cover or equivalent, in linen of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein stitch).  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.

Note: The article must be finished with mitred corners and hem-stitched border.  Bought hemstitching is not permissible.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, article of underwear, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: a) Faggot stitch.  b) Chain stitch.  c) Buttonhole or blanket stitch.  d) Stem stitch.  e) Application of lace.

Note: Transfers, if used, are to be chosen and ironed on by the worker.

3) Make an article showing one of the following: a) Smocking.  b) Quilting.  c) Patchwork.  d) Applique work.  e) Cutwork (Broderie Anglaise, or Richelieu).

Note: The candidate should show by her choice of material that she appreciates the traditional characteristics of the type of work chosen.  Smocking should be worked either on a plain material with a dull finish or on a checked material such as gingham; and quilting on linen, pure silk with a dull finish, or cotton poplin.

1960 POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, dressing-table cover or equivalent, in linen of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein stitch).  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.

Note: The article must be finished with mitred corners and hem-stitched border.  Bought hemstitching is not permissible.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, article of underwear, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: a) Faggot stitch.  b) Chain stitch.  c) Buttonhole or blanket stitch.  d) Stem stitch.  e) Application of lace.

Note: Transfers, if used, are to be chosen and ironed on by the worker.

3) Make an article showing one of the following: a) Smocking.  b) Quilting.  c) Patchwork.  d) Applique work.  e) Cutwork (Broderie Anglaise, or Richelieu).

Note: The candidate should show by her choice of material that she appreciates the traditional characteristics of the type of work chosen.  Smocking should be worked either on a plain material with a dull finish or on a checked material such as gingham; and quilting on linen, pure silk with a dull finish, or cotton poplin.

1961 (July) POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, dressing-table cover or equivalent, in linen of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein) stitch.  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.

Note: The article must be finished with mitred corners and hem-stitched border.  Bought hemstitching is not permissible.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, article of underwear, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: a) Faggot stitch.  b) Chain stitch.  c) Buttonhole or blanket stitch.  d) Stem stitch.  e) Application of lace.

Note: Transfers, if used, are to be chosen and ironed on by the worker.

3) Make an article showing one of the following: a) Smocking.  b) Quilting.  c) Patchwork.  d) Applique work.  e) Cutwork (Broderie Anglaise, or Richelieu).

Note: The candidate should show by her choice of material that she appreciates the traditional characteristics of the type of work chosen.  Smocking should be worked either on a plain material with a dull finish or on a checked material such as gingham; and quilting on linen, pure silk with a dull finish, or cotton poplin.

1964 (March) POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, dressing-table cover or equivalent, in linen of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein) stitch.  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.

Note: The article must be finished with mitred corners and hem-stitched border.  Bought hemstitching is not permissible.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, article of underwear, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: a) Faggot stitch.  b) Chain stitch.  c) Buttonhole or blanket stitch.  d) Stem stitch.  e) Application of lace.

Note: Transfers, if used, are to be chosen and ironed on by the worker.

3) Make an article showing one of the following: a) Smocking.  b) Quilting.  c) Patchwork.  d) Applique work.  e) Cutwork (Broderie Anglaise, or Richelieu).

Note: The candidate should show by her choice of material that she appreciates the traditional characteristics of the type of work chosen.  Smocking should be worked either on a plain material with a dull finish or on a checked material such as gingham; and quilting on linen, pure silk with a dull finish, or cotton poplin.

1965 (July) POR - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, dressing-table cover or equivalent, in material of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein) stitch.  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.  f) Canvas stitches.

Note: The article must be finished with mitred corners and hemstitched border.  Bought hemstitching is not permissible.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, article of underwear, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: a) Faggot stitch.  b) Chain stitch.  c) Buttonhole or blanket stitch.  d) Stem stitch.  e) Application of lace.

Note: Transfers, if used, are to be chosen and ironed on by the worker.

3) Make an article showing one of the following: a) Smocking.  b) Quilting.  c) Patchwork.  d) Applique work.  e) Cutwork (Broderie Anglaise, or Richelieu).

Note: The candidate should show by her choice of material that she appreciates the traditional characteristics of the type of work chosen.  Smocking should be worked either on a plain material with a dull finish or on a checked material such as gingham; and quilting on linen, pure silk with a dull finish, or cotton poplin.

1968 Guide Handbook - Stitchery Badge


1) Make a tray cloth, piece of table linen, or an article of household furnishing in material of suitable weave, embroidered with any of the following counted thread stitches: 

a) Cross-stitch.  b) Back-stitch.  c) Double running (Holbein) stitch.  d) Pulled fabric stitches.  e) Needle weaving.  f) Canvas stitches.

2) Make an apron, child's garment, piece of table linen, or equivalent, showing one or more of the following stitches: 

a) Chain-stitch.  b) Blanket-stitch.  c) Stem-stitch.  d) Feather-stitch.

3) Make an article or garment showing one of the following:

a) Smocking.  b) Application of lace by hand-stitching.  c) Patchwork.  d) Quilting.

1973 Guide Handbook - Stitchery Badge


Make: 

1) An apron, pillow-case, tea-cosy, book-cover, scatter cushion or equivalent showing at least eight different embroidery stitches and the effect of colour worked on colour.

2) A picture using a variety of material and threads or a felt toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

1978 Guide Interest Badge Amendments - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, e.g. an apron, scatter cushion using fabric in a creative way and/or using decorative stitches.

2) Make a picture using a variety of material and threads or a felt toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

1978 Guide Handbook - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, e.g. apron, scatter cushion, using fabric in a creative way and/or using decorative stitches.

2) Make a picture using a variety of material and threads or a felt toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, e.g. apron, scatter cushion, using fabric and decorative stitches in a creative way.

2) Make a picture using a variety of material, threads and stitches or a toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

3) Bring to the test a sampler, showing at least eight different stitches, and be prepared to demonstrate any of these at the test.

1986 Guide Badge Book - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, e.g. apron, scatter cushion, using fabric and decorative stitches in a creative way.

2) Make a picture using a variety of material, threads and stitches or a toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

3) Bring to the test a sampler, showing at least eight different stitches, and be prepared to demonstrate any of these at the test.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, e.g. apron, scatter cushion, using fabric and decorative stitches in a creative way.

2) Make a picture using a variety of material, threads and stitches or a toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

3) Bring to the test a sampler, showing at least eight different stitches, and be prepared to demonstrate any of these at the test.

1991 Guide Badge Book - Stitchery Badge


1) Make an article, such as an apron, scatter cushion, using fabric and decorative stitches in a creative way.

2) Make a picture using a variety of materials, threads and stitches or a toy or doll decorated with stitchery.

3) Bring to the test a sampler, showing at least eight different stitches, and be prepared to demonstrate any of these at the test.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Stitchery Badge

1) Make an article, such as an apron or scatter cushion, using fabric and decorative stitches in a creative way.
2) Make a picture using a variety of materials, threads and stitches or a toy or doll decorated with stitchery.
3) Bring to the test a sampler with at least eight different stitches, and be prepared to demonstrate any of these at the test.
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