Good thing that is fastened down because it looks like it is ready to escape.
This is an interesting combination. It has a very wild alive look to it.
It would make excellent worms, knobby branches and tangled up seaweed.
Oh !! Oh !!! I can't wait to see what you are going to do :)Have a lovely day Carin,Cheers,Isa
This stitch will be used on the Sunbonnet Sue sampler once we have reached lesson 50. I, too, wonder what design, and where I'll use the stitch.
It creates a lovely chunky line, doesn't it!
Yes, I love it!
I think it makes a great line and the texture is full of possibilities.
I think it would be easy to use the loops it creates to build new stitches....
I was looking at buttonhole stitches yesterday, there is quite a selection to use.
The Buttonhole stitch must be one of the most versatile stitches there are. Adding on to the basic stitch is what makes crazy quilting so fun!
Wonderful textures and stitches. A nice change to the traditional buttonhole stitch.
A very novel way of using the stitch. It reminds me of preparing Shibori
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