White Iris with Mona Hill

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$175 per Group + $50 Text per Student
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White Iris

Stitch a stunning sampler of 11 pulled thread patterns!

On this Group Correspondence Course you will stitch this stunning White Iris using white or cream Pearl Cotton on matching 32-count Belfast linen. The mat chosen for behind and around the piece adds the punch of color.

Combining stunning June flowers, White Iris is a sampler of eleven pulled thread patterns worked inside surface embroidery of flowers petal edges. The surface embroidery emphasizes shaping the buttonhole stitch and the chain stitch to form leaves and petal edges. Chain stitch, outline stitch and satin stitch variations are used for flower stems. Some knowledge of compensation is essential in working the pulled thread patterns.

This beautiful composition, done in surface embroidery enclosing areas filled with pulled thread patterns, has a spectacular lace-like quality.

More about White Iris

  • Class Details

    Size: 9″ x 9″ design on 15” x15” ground fabric
    Fabric: 32-count Belfast linen
    Threads: Pearl cotton #8 and #12
    Colors: White or cream
    Skill Level: intermediate
    Prerequisites: Knowledge of compensation and the ability to work stitches from diagrams
    Time: 5 meetings plus preliminary and wrap-up meetings (approx. 6 months)
    Fee: $175 per group
    Text: $50 per student
    Supplies: $21.00 (approximate)

  • More about our Group Correspondence Courses and GCC Lightning Rounds

    Visit our Group Correspondence Courses page for the registration form and for more information on how our GCCs work.

    Our GCC Lightning Rounds are three or four of our Group Correspondence Courses that have been hand-picked by our Education Department and made available for individual EGA members to register without a group for a limited time. Visit our GCC Lightning Rounds page to see which courses are available this quarter!

     There are no refunds for course or text fees so make your selection carefully.