Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | March 3, 2020

Sunday Stitch School – a few lessons

I finally have my last 3 stitches to the posting stage.  Too many current projects interferring.

No. 122 is the Needle Weaving Bar. An interesting way to make this one and the lesson can be found at Queenie’s Sunday Stitch School 

 

Here is the stitch again at the bottom of the leaves.  It can be twisted or rolled as the tip is free until you stitch through the cloth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And the third time on Aida cloth.
No. 123 Indian Edging stitch is on the second row

No. 124  Laced Wheel stitch is the last one.  This is a joy to make and lovely too.  Lessons for all three stitches can be found at the above link.

I like using perle 8 on Aida as it sits nicely. ..anything that does not is my fault

 

Both examples on the left are Indian Edging.  The yellow does not show up well in the photo – and the squares, well they aren’t too square are they?

 

 

 

 

Last one for the day.  This is my favourite, Laced Wheel stitch

 

 

 

The heart is an old work but the center called for a filling so I added the Laced Wheel

I am now up to date with my Sunday Stitch School lessons.  Wonder what the next stitch will be!


Responses

  1. lovely…i do like the indian edging stitch and wonder if it could be used where youmight use a buttonhole stitch….it seems there are quite a lot of design possibilities in that one.

    • I think the stitch could be used anywhere. On seams or even outwardly curved. perhaps a bit harder to curl inward for a circle though.

  2. When I was looking for new stitches to try out and found the Indian Edging I was so pleased. It was different from any other stitch I know, but worked up easily and now you have proven that it makes a nice square as well.
    My favourite of the three stitches above is the Laced Wheel, too.

  3. The Indian Edging will have lots of use for seams. I think isolated would also work..and different threads. Oh, the wrapping around the bars makes the stitch so very attractive.

  4. I like the Indian Edging, too.

    • Queenie comes up with some really interesting stitches. The IE is such a one.

  5. Now I must learn how to do that bar stitch because I can see applications for that in my landscapes. Now the trick is to remember that I want to use it!

    • I’m sure you’ll remember the stitch MA


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