Tuesday, 23 August 2016

TASTy Tuesday - Second Helpings 85 - 91

Lemon sherbet, butter scotch, lime juice and boiled sweets. This week the TASTy stitches are either tart or sweet.



From the top:
85) Raised Cup
86) Turkman Stitch
87) Buttonhole Picot Bullion Stitch
88) Buttonhole Picot Chain Stitch
89) Twisted Satin Stitch
90) Beaded Twisted Satin Stitch
91) Straight Sided Feather Stitch

8 comments:

  1. They look good enough to eat with the colors you have chosen! Beautiful!

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  2. It is growing like topsy. (Probably looks better than Topsy did.)

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  3. Such beautiful work, Queenie! I'm soaking it in. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Beautiful stitches, beautiful colors make a beautiful work.

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  5. You are amazing with your second helpings. Always interesting varieties of the stitches and great shadings.
    I came across my Turkman stitch a few days back and wondered what it's name was and how it was made. Knowing the name, I can find the method, so thank you for the reminder.

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  6. A beautiful display of stitches in such lovely colours. Having them all in rows sets them off wonderfully well.

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