Saturday, 15 November 2014

TAST #139 Beaded Barb Stitch

TAST #139 Beaded Barb Stitch.
This is just as fun and easy as the unbeaded version. Learn it from Sharon at Pintangle.


On Aida I used coton a broder and seed beads.

On my sampler I used perle #5 and seed beads as well as bugle beads.

18 comments:

Pamela said...

What a great stitch! Beautiful examples.

Julie Fukuda said...

I like the short and long stitches. You could stitch a garden and enclose it with barbed wire using that one.

Queeniepatch said...

And EASY!

Queeniepatch said...

In a metallic thread and with some blood red beads it could indeed look like Mr McGregor's reenforced garden fence. Poor Peter!

margaret said...

very nice selection Queenie I especially like the ones with long and short stitches not easy to work with bugle beads, i gave up on them

Queeniepatch said...

So far I have had no problems with bugle beads, touch wood!

Séverine said...

Beautiful sample!

Linda Calverley said...

I also like the ones with the long and short stitches.

janie krig said...

That stitch is so effective with beads.

Anneliese said...

Very, very nice to see, the short and long legs. I like all four rows.

Queeniepatch said...

They are the kind of stitches you would have made, Anneliese!

Queeniepatch said...

Yes, isn't it?

Queeniepatch said...

Thanks!

Queeniepatch said...

The Buttonhole base stitch can be done in so many ways!

Chris(craft) and Dave(photos) Richards said...

I just love all these Queenie.......so effective !
hugs
Chris Richards xx

Annet said...

This stitch looks great with beads. Love the variation with uneven legs! I wish I had time for stitching, unfortunately I have a deadline on a knitting project.

Queeniepatch said...

Enjoy your knitting! It is nice with variety.

Queeniepatch said...

Thanks, Chris.