Friday, 30 November 2012

TAST2012 - Week 48


What would be a more appropriate use for the Arrowhead stitch than to put it on - an arrow?

I still have space on the Aida sampler and that's where this arrow landed. Please note that there is no blood on the arrowhead and the arrow itself is broken. This is because I am not too keen on violence!



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10 comments:

  1. Oh Queenie, such a sense of humour I love you arrow, whidh I had thought of that

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  2. Your so good at your stitches love this one.
    Well done.

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  3. Even if the arrow is broken,it look sharp and beautiful! You have made it nicely. Very clever!

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  4. arrowhead in a nutshell! I love it.

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  5. Great idea, always admire your even stitches, Queenie!

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  6. Thank you all for your comments. Making a simple arrow was an easy way to complete this TAST stitch.

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  7. Nicely done! I was tempted to do an arrow too but stuck to my continuous line scribble.

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  8. Such a cute ides, Queenie! Started my 48, but didn't have time to finish. Will combine it with 49. I think I will do next year challenge on an Aida cloth or an evenweave. Looks much easier!

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  9. your sampler is wonderful, great work !

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