Day 178
Day 179

TAST No 118 & 119

Stitch No 118 Bead Buttonhole

I am coming to the end of this piece of material, only one more line after this stitch.  As this is an outiside row I used a perle 5 thread to define the edge.  This was a nice easy stitch.

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But looking at the whole piece I decided that I hated the black ticking lines.  Far too gothic in appearance.  So I have decided to stitch over every line using past TAST stitches.  I have chosen chain, stem, palestrina and Portuguese stem stitches to do this.  The threads are a combination of silks and some stranded cotton.  Lots of stitching and I still have lots to go but I do think it is starting to lose that dark look.

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Now I have to decide what I will use for the coming stitches.

Stitch No 119 Trellis Stitch

Well I did this back in 2010 and I quiet like this example plus I don't think it would look good in the final row I have on the current sampler.  Then again I had forgotten those bird experiments I did, no it isn't right.

There are other examples of this stitch over at pintangle also the instructions about how to stitch it.

 

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Jizee6687.wordpress.com

Wonderful looking sampler. the samples of woven trellis stitch are great. love the birds.

Carolyn Foley


Thanks. I really got carried away with that Trellis Stitch.

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