Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | January 27, 2020

Sunday Stitch School – Magic Split stitch

No. 120  Magic Split stitch.  This makes a neat line and also curves well.  The blue/yellow perle threads are the same thickness.
In the second photo  I used a fine yellow crochet cord and a slightly thicker cotton blue thread.  Both lines behaved very well.  I think I will use this one more often.

Queenie has her Sunday Stitch School lesson here.

Thank you Teacher, for another useful and very nice looking stitch.

No new stitch today as Teacher is viewing the Tokyo Quilts.  What an absolute delight this must be.

https://queeniepatch.blogspot.com/

 


Responses

  1. oh, i do like the way this looks a lot…i may take a peek over to Queenie’s blog and try to learn how to do it!

    • Thank you Ktj, I hope you ty the stitch..plenty of others there to to test out. :-)))

  2. Interesting texture!

    • The green thread is a crochet one and the blue is wool. Both hand-dyed.

  3. I like anything that’s magic. =) Your sampler is a good project for memory.

    • I like the neatness of the stitch and it’s easy – bonus!

  4. I like the use of varying thicknesses of thread. It’s a pretty stitch but much more fun with the variation I think.

    • Variations are always a bonus I think.


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