Sunday, 2 March 2014

TAST #101 - Triangular Buttonhole Stitch

Here is another lovely member of the Buttonhole family, TAST #101 Triangular Buttonhole Stitch.

I have used a # 4042 variegated DMC Perle 5 for the top row and DMC Perle 5 in green #704 for the second row.

This would make a beautiful edge or border stitch. If you want to learn how to make it, head over to Pintangle and let Sharon teach you. Free and fun!

14 comments:

  1. Nice examples. I think this would be a great edge. I need to catch up on my TAST stitches!

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    1. This stich is easy to do and looks great. Please try it!

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  2. more great tast stitched Queenie, i think i will be using this on my crazy blocks.

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    1. This is perfect for a crazy quilt block!

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  3. Very interesting stitch especially with the variegated thread

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    1. It is easy to do but looks quite striking, don't you think?

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  4. I like the way the variegated thread makes this look.

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    1. Variegated thread can turn any mundane stitich into a stunner! Here you have a stunning stitch in a stunning thread so the result is doubly stunning!

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  5. Lovely examples. It's always surprising to see how variegated threads can change simple or even complex stitches.

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    1. This is a fun and easy stitch and I am now going to try out the beaded version.

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  6. This one looks interesting, I will try it out. I like the way the variegated thread looks too.

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    1. Please try it out. It is easy to do and of course you can change the angle of the vertical bars. Next for me is the beaded version.

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  7. When I find my needles and thread I am going to have to try this one.

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    1. It is great. Why don't you check out what Anneliese did with her stitches and the photo art:http://anaslua2.blogspot.de/2014/03/a-wilder-version-of-triangle-buttonhole.html

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