Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | November 19, 2018

No 80- Corded Bar, an experiment

I wondered how this stitch would work if I crossed the first.  I left part of the first bar without wraps(centre) but found it looks better with 2 normal bars.  Here are 2 Crossed Bars.  It sits nicely ,  I think I need another camera for better details.

Thanks Queenie for another very nice stitch.  The lesson can be found here

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Responses

  1. You have made the best use of this stitch!
    Thank you, Maureen, for expanding my vision of these stitches.

    • Thank you Queenie. Considering the stitch experiments you share with others, I’m pleased I can show you one.

  2. Nice variation! I can ‘see’ this one with added straight stitches to form a secondary pattern – perhaps with a French knot on the end. Would make an interesting flower I think.

    • That sounds good, MA. How about testing your theory? smiles…


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