Sunday, 16 May 2021

Sunday Stitch School - Revision: Stitches 166 - 170

 Time to review stitches 166, 167, 168, 169 and 170.

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166 Satin Herringbone Stitch

This stitch looks very similar to 170 Danish Cross Stitch, but is worked very differently.







167 Fringed Herringbone Stitch

Thanks to Sharon Boggon of Pintangle and TAST, we have this charming variation of Herringbone Stitch.










168 Croatian Stitch

A kind of laced Running Stitch, where you are supposed to fill in a space.









169 Kerman Stitch

This is a beautiful stitch, traditionally used on Persian shawls.











170 Danish Knotted Cross Stitch

A cross with a knot, there are many stitches similar, like 43 Moss Stitch, but this is an easy one.





Homework:

Let Sunbonnet Sue plan her post pandemic life.



6 comments:

  1. Good looking stitches, Queenie. The first and last stitches look alike but I know both have different methods. The Danish Knotted Cross has a lovely plump look. Both easy to make

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  2. I hope Sue enjoys her adventures!

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  3. Yes, beautiful stitches.
    And what will Sue be up to? Maybe as a Naturalist chasing after rare butterflies and moths?
    Perhaps studying botany and raising exotic orchids, I'm waiting to see how she will 'kick up her heels.'

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  4. The hint of Sue is too small. I guess I’ll have to wait and see!

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  5. OOh! What is Sunbonnet Sue up to now?!

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