Sunday, 13 May 2018

Sunday Stitch School - Revision: Stitches 56 - 60

I can't believe it myself, but we have learned 60 new stitches! How many more are there out there to discover?

Before finding that out, let's review the last five stitches. In this group, every stitch is easy, useful and in my eyes, beautiful.

Click on the heading to see the instructions and my thoughts, trials and errors.

56 Detached Twisted Chain Stitch
This is the stitch that promotes Breast Cancer Awareness when worked in pink ribbon, can form a nice star and could depict a school of fish! Easy and useful!

57 Figure-Eight Knot Stitch
So good for making clovers, although you won't make any three-clover leaves, let alone four-clovers!!!

Enjoyable and beautiful, and easy!

This is another favourite!

Taking a closer look at this stitch was fun! It is easy and beautiful.

Sunbonnet Sue likes beauty, too! Use the five stitches and stranded floss to illustrate how she spends her Saturday mornings.


Pamela said...

Mmm. I'm wondering how Sue spends her Saturday mornings.

Queeniepatch said...

Maybe she goes to an art gallery?

Rachel said...

You have such a variety of textures available to you here!

Queeniepatch said...

Very observant! Yes, they are knobby and can stand up from the surface, especially if worked in ribbon.

crazyQstitcher said...

The stitches are all attractive. The clover might make a good crop of hair too. I love your Knotted running.
Now waiting to seeing how Sue will look this week. :-))

Queeniepatch said...

Yes, Figure-Eight Knot could be a nice perm! Something for Sue to consider??!!