Friday, 2 October 2020

Friday Homework for Lesson 147: Woven Circle Stitch

 This must be a great stitch for small children. It is so easy.

I had no problem using some fancy and unusual threads, such as you can see in the 

Teal Wool Tailoring Scribble Cloth

picture. They only need to go through the fabric twice, at the beginning and end of the winding around the spokes of the cross.

Sunday Stitch School Reference Chart

Aida Sampler
Here I let the winding threads share spokes and played with different amount of windings.


  1. What fun! All the different threads, colors and combinations really make this a versatile stitch!

  2. Well, couching is always the best way to cope with tricksy threads, isn't it!

  3. I like your sampler work with variation in color, thread and number of threads. A good demonstration of what can be done with that stitch.
    I also like that grid anchored with French knots, very attractive.

  4. I used to love doing spiders web stitch when I was young.

  5. This stitch is very effective, reminds me of life rings thrown overboard.

  6. A simple stitch to play with variety of threads or yarns

  7. Love the circles with the different threads!

  8. With different types of threads, you get very different looks.

  9. I tried the woven circle and really like. It is a great way to use some funky yarns/threads! I love what you did with yours!

  10. You make that look so easy. I'm sure I would end up with a big bulky pile of rounds ... or they would catch on something and pull out a crazy loop.


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