Friday, 26 February 2021

Friday Homework for Lesson 161: Ceylon Stitch

Although this is not a stitch known for counted work, it does look best of a gridded fabric like Aida.


Aida Sampler

I used six stands of DMC cotton and the result is very thick and filling.

Teal Wool Tailoring Scribble Cloth
The two blocks look untidy with this hard highly twisted cotton thread. 
Worked one stitch a line, (in soft silk) it really becomes the Vandyke Stitch. It takes a curve easily.

Sunday Stitch School Reference Chart
The denser the stitches, the more of a knitted look you get.



4 comments:

  1. You can get a lot of interesting looks with this stitch.

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  2. It's tricky to get the tension right, but worth the effort, isn't it!

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  3. it looks like it would be a good stitch for a jumper for Sunbonnet Sue

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  4. I looked for more info on the Ceylon Stitch and the description said it is a filler stitch and can be used for a 'knitted look' as in a knitted sweater or scarf. That's what I thought, when I first saw your sample. Interesting and thanks for sharing that stitch Queenie.

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