Sunday, 30 June 2019

Sunday Stitch School - Lesson 104: Fly Stitch Filling

By placing a row of Fly Stitch next to each other, then mirroring them on the row below, you get a very pleasing filling stitch.

Updated:
Mattia tells me the French names are: point de plume or point de mouche de remplissage


Use the same holes.


Use the same holes.


Nice finish!

Homework:
As the Fly Stitch Filling is great on even weave, work it on the
Canvas Sampler,
Sunday Stitch School Reference Chart,
Aida Sampler

5 comments:

  1. You're right it does make a nice filling stitch.

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  2. It almost looks like a crochet block (which would be a lot faster were I to try it.)

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  3. This is a great filling stitch and would also be nice along a seam.

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  4. Le nom français de ce point est :
    - point de plume ou point de mouche de remplissage
    Voilà
    Mattia

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  5. Yes, a rather charming pattern - and of course, you can make other patterns with fly stitch, too...

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