Outside of regular gatherings and workshops, guild members enjoy taking part in other special events and social activities. This may include:
- visits to other Tasmanian guild exhibitions
- visits to special exhibitions at galleries or museums
- a meal before or after the weekly gathering
- stitching and luncheon days
- combined stitching to create larger works
- a Christmas party, including a Christmas stitching challenge
To celebrate Australia’s Bicentenary in 1988, guild members worked on a wall hanging which was presented to the Lord Mayor of Hobart. It depicted a view of the Town Hall and its surrounds.
Another work completed by various guild members in 1998 was the Transport Panel, which depicted transport in Tasmania through time.
Another wall hanging previously produced by guild members was A Walk through the Gardens. It was the guild's contribution to the celebration of Hobart's Bicentenary, and 200 years of European Settlement in Tasmania. The wall hanging featured a series of six panels representing a walk through the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
The wall hanging was officially unveiled by Peter Cundall on 11th May 2005 and is on display at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.