Saturday, 16 February 2013

TAST #52 Triangular Feather Stitch

We have now reached TAST stitch #52, and in my very personal TAST book that means that TAST2012 is complete.

The Triangular Feather Stitch seems to be new to many and also a sure favourite, anyway of mine. I love all the stitches in the Feather family we have used so far.

I found a small space left on my sampler so added three rows. The first two were mirror images and whipped with yellow in the middle. I got this idea from Anneliese of Stitching Lady.

I then did a picture on felt, added a few Stem stitches and French Knots:
I particularly liked the basket. But the Triangular Feather stitch is perfect for a frame as well, don't you think?

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  1. I do like the addittion of the french knot in your felt piece and the back to back line is interesting.

  2. another stitch worked perfectly Queenie, must finish mine, I am also using it as a frame for a picture

  3. wonderful use of stitch in the frame

  4. I like the mirrored rows. And your border is very pretty. It also works nice as the filling in you flower pot.

  5. lovely work. I like the mirrored whipped rows.

  6. Yes, this stitch is perfect for a frame!

  7. What a fun picture and frame!

  8. I like how you use this stitch, especially for the frame

  9. your work on felt is wonderfull. you managed to do so many different thinks with this stitch.


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