Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | January 18, 2020

Sunday Stitch School No.119

This week we have No.119 Alternating Magic Split stitch.  The first is on Aida cloth using perle threads.  The instructions for the stitch are clear and easy to follow.

The second sample is curved and again was stitched with perle threads.

 

 

For the third sample I used DMC threads.  The perle threads sits better during the pulling through the chain, than the softer threads, I found.

 

and the last one the heart.  I worked both sides from top to bottom to get neater points.  My perle ‘go to’ box was again used.

Queenie’s Sunday Stitch School lesson for this pretty stitch can be found here

I hope you give the stitch a tryout.


Responses

  1. Beautiful. You are so thorough, trying out the stitch in different threads and on straight and curved lines.

  2. Always interesting to see your experiments, not only with shape but with varying threads. I agree – I like the look of the perle better.

  3. I do like the way it curves so nicely! The heart is beautiful, but all your examples look really good. I might have to try this one soon. If I ever get to stitch again! LOL


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