liking both versions of your gate stitch it certainly works well as fencing
I think it looks good too!
I'd not heard of gate stitch and what an interesting stitch it is. I am following your Trinity Green and what a lot of work. Amazing!
If it had been on counted weave the Gate would have been more obvious. I also had a go at making a fancy wrought iron gate with gold trimmings but the result was not so goo. This is a stitch for farm gates!
It would be nice for a real filling stitch on canvas.
Thank you Jocelyn,I have seen the gate Stitch in only one of my books, so it might not be so well known.Yes, there is a lot of work in Trinity Green!
The gate stitch is a nice little stitch, I like the landscape and I can see the gate, a nice combination of stitches!
As soon as I saw the stitch in Mary Thomas's stitch dictionary I though it was a very pictorial stitch!
Gate stitch as filling looks nice and neat. gate stitch on landscape looks lovely, it looks like a fence. great idea.
Love the fence, gate and scene. It is a really good stitch to have learned. The grass below the fence looks so natural there.
A nice decorative stitch. I see why it is called gate stitch.
Thank you. I think you can do many things with this stitch. CrazyQstitcher used them for flowers.
And I love the way you used your Gate stitches for flowers.
Yes, the name is really appropriate.
Love your gate stitch! It looks a great filling stitch, I'm definitely inspired by this .... I'll have to get my UFO tapestry out .... it needs a lot of sea, and your stitch looks ideal!Love, love, love your little scene, and I can see the gate ..... such a sweet scene!Barbara xx
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