Neat stitches, love the last row!
It is my favourite, too, and the inspiration comes from your stem with leaves (from an old sampler).
I think I like the one stitched with the multi-coloured thread the most and I like the angled stitches too. I have done this one but I keep forgetting to photograph it.
I like the variegated one too, but have found an even nicer way - worked in a circle. I'll show that tomorrow in the WIPW post.
Nice - neat - colourful = beautiful. I like the long legs of the side stitchs on the last row.
Thank you. My favourite is the last row, too.
I love this stitch. If you detach it you can make it into aeroplanes!
Great idea! Chitra made some beautiful flowers from her detached ones.
amazing! The multi color is interesting.
Yes, variegated thread enhances many stitches and this is no exception.
I really like this one! Especially when it is done on the slant.
I can tell you now that is looks even better when worked in a circle. Photo in tomorrow's WIPW report.
I love the green sample........reminds of birds flying in formation ! I can think of many places to use this stitch, Your samples are lovely Queenie !hugsChris Richards xx
It struck me, too, that you could make a line of birds flying with this stitch.
I like the slanted and the long tailed for their difference but they are all lovely.
You can make it look great in many ways by changing the size and angle.
yes this is a great stitch Queenie, will be using it on my crazy blocks I think
I have really fallen in love with this stitch! It is easy and fun to work withm and the result is great.
Queenie, the pleasure you get from these samples of yours is obvious to see through your great use of colour and such beautifully adept embroidery!Barbara M
And yet a sampler is just a piece of training cloth! A bit like your sketch book!
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