Tuesday, 20 September 2016

TASTy Tuesday - Second Helpings 111 - 116

In the last post you saw that I have run out of space at the bottom of the sampler for more stitches. I have divided the sides into ten sections where I will stitch three stitches in each.
 Here I serve up the six first stitches in this new section:
111) Zig-zag Coral Stitch
112) Feathered Chain Stitch
113) Beaded Feathered Chain Stitch

114) Long Tail Chain Stitch
115) Whipped Long Tail Chain Stitch
116) Beaded Vandyke Stitch



14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Will these added sides get you through all the stitches?

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  2. Lovely stitches, Queenie! I especially like the Whipped Long Tail Chain Stitch!

    Will you display your sampler, and will you remember how to do all these stitches?
    I stitched something last year with a "new to me stitch" and already I am not sure how I did it!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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    1. I have previously made a TAST Reference Chart with names and numbers, and I can see the back which helps to figure out how to make them.
      This sampler will probably be stretched, lined and maybe framed, and then displayed.

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  3. This is continually getting more beautiful!

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    1. Thank you. With so many stitches it might become a Conversation Piece among those interested in embroidery.

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  4. Beautiful work, Queenie, I especially like the zig-zag coral stitch.

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    1. It is amazingly easy and fast to work, too.

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  5. I like the idea of adding those stitches down the sides.

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    1. I was first hesitant to do it, but think it will work out all right.

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  6. what a wonderful sampler of stiitches it is going to be a wonderful reference. Did you see Annaliese`s blog the other day she met up with Sharon. Sad stitching fingers is about to go but must admit have not visited it for ages

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    1. Yes, I read Annaliese's post, it must have been fun to meet up with Sharon. I haven't spent any time at Stitching Fingers recently, either.

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  7. Beautiful stitches. I was glued to viewing the Zig-zag Coral stitch - love your version. It also goes well with the Feathered and Beaded Feather stitches.
    The second photo samples are all attractive and prettily displayed.

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    1. I had forgotten how fast and easy the Zig-zag Coral stitch is.

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