Schwalm whitework – “Hidden delights”
June 11 @ 9:30 am - July 9 @ 3:00 pm
“Hidden Delights” features many traditional techniques used in Schwalm embroidery with a central heart hiding a bird settled amidst flowers, stems and leaves. This linen table centre is finished with a hemmed Schwalm peahole edge.
Schwalm whitework embroidery is a regional embroidery originating in the Hesse area along the Schwalm River in Germany. It was embroidered on pillowcases, napery, sheets, aprons, cuffs, and clothes and incorporates surface stitches, pulled thread work, drawn thread work and needle weaving.
Design elements were based on elements including the sun, hearts, pine cones, flowers, tendrils, leaves, birds, tulips and leaves.
This is a 3-day class – 9:30 am to 3:00 pm on:
Sunday 11 June, 2017
Sunday 25 June, 2017
Sunday 9 July, 2017
Tutor: Deborah Love
Cost: $180 (members); $200 (non-members)
Kit: Complete kit $65.00 – includes fabric, threads and needles. To be collected on 3 June 2017 BEFORE 11.00am at the Guild rooms. Please arrange this collection with the Class Registrar.
Pre-class preparation is needed to tack the design onto the fabric before the class begins.
To register: Complete class registration form on the Guild website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3252 8629 for details.