Project Course - Whitework – Beginner

WH0304: Schwalm Hearts

By Janice Routley

This sweet small pillow design introducing Schwalm can be used as a pin cushion or placed beside your dresser mirror to store your beautiful brooches.  This gorgeous whitework technique is originally from the Schwalm River Valley in north central Germany and features such stitches as Coral Knots, Buttonhole, tiny chain and filling stitches such as Marburg, Waffle and Rose.  This will make a great guild course.

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By Janice Routley

This sweet small pillow design introducing Schwalm can be used as a pin cushion or placed beside your dresser mirror to store your beautiful brooches.  This gorgeous whitework technique is originally from the Schwalm River Valley in north central Germany and features such stitches as Coral Knots, Buttonhole, tiny chain and filling stitches such as Marburg, Waffle and Rose.  This will make a great guild course.

Size of Design Area:  2″ by 8″ approximately

Ground Fabric:  2 pieces cut 6″ by 12″ of 32-count coloured linen for stitching

2 pieces of material to be used for lining

Thread:  #16 white Coton á Broder (optional #8 Perle Cotton), #25 white Coton á Broder (optional #12 Perle Cotton)

Other Supplies:  Fibre fill, ribbon for a bow, #5 Perle Cotton for twisted cording

Skill Level:  Beginner/Intermediate (experience in a counted thread technique such as Hardanger is an asset)

Text:  The text is 8 pages, available electronically or mailed hardcopy

Time:  3 months

Supplies to purchase:  Approximately $25 for minimum supplies

Fee:  2 options

Option A:  Electronic (PDF) delivery $35 CAD – includes Registration Fee and text

Option B:  Hardcopy (mailed) $45 CAD – includes Registration Fee, text and postage

This course is available to EAC members only.     Note:  No Refunds once registration is complete.

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Fee Options

Electronic (PDF) $35, Hardcopy $45 (includes postage)

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