It is named for the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage center.
The inspiration roll is in the collection of Kathy Gery Lesieur and shown in my book, "Antique American Needlework Tools".
Proceeds from the pattern sales go to the Capital Fund at the Schwenkfelder.
The pattern has a couple of options -for the interior pockets and the edge finish.
You can further customize it
by changing the template for the shape at the top.
The pieced version has fabric placement like Kathy's. This one is great for scraps and little bits of fabric.
The blue variation features special selective cut fabrics the feature gorgeous fabrics.
There are a couple edge finished as well.
I plan to hang one of mine on my design wall with a tape measure, pencil, sticky notes and other small items I always want within reach at "the wall".
They make great gifts and the proceeds benefit a wonderful facility.
I attend the Penn's Dry Goods Market there every May - Hope to meet you there in 2019! We can bring our rolls~!
I have been thinking of trying one half size...WHY? I don't know. Just because minis are so sweet too.
No matter how you decide to make it - and I bet you don't make just one - Enjoy every stitch and be sure and share your photos with me.
***Also now - through Christmas we are giving free postage on US orders in our Etsy shop***
My Book - Signed Copies HERE
Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center HERE
Penn's Dry Goods Market HERE
Heritage Sewing Roll Pattern HERE
Etsy Shop HERE