Northern Society of Costume and Textiles

The following societies have interests in textiles:

The Costume Society is a lively, friendly organisation whose aim is to promote the study and preservation of historic and contemporary dress. -

The Costume Society of Scotland was established in 1966 with the aim of fostering an interest in every aspect of costume historical and contemporary in Scotland. -

The Embroider's Guild - Our remit, expressed formally through our 'charitable aims', is to build awareness of stitch and textile art. We educate, encourage, inspire, and promote the achievement of excellence. -

Knitting and Crochet Guild -

The Quilter's Guild -

The Medieval Dress and Textile Society -

Bradford Textile Society -

Huddersfield Textile Society -

Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners, Dyers -

Society of Dyers and Colourists - The society for professionals in the coloration industry -

The Colour Experience -
The unique Colour Experience  provided by the Society of Dyers and Colorists, combines an interactive gallery, hands on demonstrations and workshops designed to meet the STEM requirements of students across the age range from nursery to university.   Whether studying light, colour or textiles making use of our in-depth knowledge and specialist facilities including the colour laboratory creates a truly inspiring and engaging learning environment.-

 The Textile Institute - The society for professionals in  the textile industry -

The Textile Society -The Textile Society is a unique forum for textile professionals and enthusiasts. It promotes the study of textile disciplines and celebrates the history and culture of textiles, both traditional and contemporary. Established 1982 as an educational charity, it supports students, designers, historians and practitioners though educational and professional awards.- http://www.textilesociety/

The Fan Circle International -