Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | January 18, 2007

TAST Detached Chain

I am enjoying the single stitches in TAST. It is good to try extensions of a stitch. I wondered if I could claim the wateringcan handle as an open detached chain.


The top line has a different filler in each Vee.

The silver/green design is in my Mildred Graves Ryan book of stitching and called Tete-de-boeuf, being a combination of detached chain and straight stitches. I can’t add one of the accent marks for the word Tete.LOL

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Responses

  1. Your samplers are just wonderful. I wish I was as creative!!! I love your garden/watercan/umbrella scene….and your stitching looks so delicate.

    Carol

  2. beautiful! I love seeing what others do with the stitches!

  3. so lovely, I like the umbrella!

  4. Great imagination!
    I love the umbrella!
    🙂

  5. Your stitching is beautiful

  6. I like your use of the stitch for raindrops, and also the white tips of an ocean wave. Great idea and it looks really good.

  7. i like the way you used the stitch.ditto for the buttonhole the rosettes and the bell flowers are great.

    neki desu

  8. Your garden-sampler is very beautiful and a great idea to use chain stitch.

    hugs
    Anja

  9. I love the parasol,
    Great imagination!

  10. These are wonderful! I love, love, LOVE the umbrella!

  11. That’s marvelous! I really appreciate seeing what other people can do with a stitch, especially when it’s one that didn’t particularly inspire me.

  12. Thank you all for your comments.

  13. Your stitching is beautiful

    • Thank you Paula

  14. Charming embroidery!

    • Thank you for your comment.
      After visiting your blog I am hooked on your work.

  15. If I can claim my bird, you can definitely claim the watering can handle! This is a really cute exploration! 🙂

    • Thanks Romilly. I like your cute bird.

  16. it’s lovely, and so creative !

  17. I really love your blocks – such brilliant ideas.

  18. Thank you Isabelle and Brigitte

  19. I love the idea of the raindrops coming from the watering can and the umbrella is really well done. The wave idea is good too. Dianne.

    • Thank you Dianne.


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