Sunday Stitch School

Inspired by Sharon Boggon's embroidery stitch course, Take A Stitch Tuesday, I want to record my endeavours to learn new stitches.


My intentions are

  • to write a few words about the stitch, its history or my impressions of it.
  • to illustrate the instructions in a photograph or drawing.
  • to make a stitch sampler using a nice piece of Aida given by a friend Down Under. 
  • to set myself homework of using the stitch in a small sample project.
  • to build up a reference chart, similar to the one I made for the TAST stitches.


Lesson 1: Anundsjö Stitch (learn it here)
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Lesson 2: Back Stitch (learn it here)

Homework:
Lesson 3: Cross Stitch (learn it here)
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Lesson 4: Danish Knot Stitch (learn it here)
Homework:

Lesson 5: Ermine Stitch (learn it here)



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Revision Homework 1 - 5:

Lesson 6: Four Sided Stitch (learn it here)




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Lesson 7: Gate Stitch (learn it here)



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Lesson 8: Heavy Chain Stitch (learn it here)




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Lesson 9: Interlaced Running Stitch (learn it here)



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Lesson 10: Japanese Darning Stitch (learn it here)

Homework:

Revision Homework: 6 - 10


Lesson 11: Knotted Satin Stitch (learn it here)





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Lesson 12: Lace Stitch (Learn it here)




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Lesson 13: Mountmellick Stitch (Learn it here)




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Lesson14: Norwich Stitch (Learn it here)




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Lesson 15: Open Chain Stitch (Learn it here)




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Revision Homework: 11 - 15



Lesson 16: Pucetto Valsesiano Stitch (Learn it here)











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Lesson 17: Q Stitch (Learn it here)

 
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Lesson 18: Renaissance Stitch (Learn it here)

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Lesson 19: Satin Stitch Outline

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