Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | December 2, 2020

Sunday Stitch School

No. 154 Plucked Knot stitch

This tiny stitch is easy and hard to stop at a few. I used perle 8 thread on Aida. The stitch looks like a bullion but made differently.

This isn’t art but it surely was addictive. For the tree trunk, I used fawn perle 8 thread and two strands of multicolour fine thread.

The stitch was No. 153 Alternating Chained Buttonhole.

The top section has the same floral branches and the smaller brown.. branches? are this weeks stitch, Plucked Knot stitch.

I had a ball playing with these stitches. Thank you for finding these treasures, Queenie.

The stitches can be found here on Queenie’s Blog

I have found for closer viewing, you can use the Ctl and Plus sign to enlarge and the Ctl and minus sign to take you back to the normal size.


Responses

  1. maybe not fina art…but beautiful none the less…delicate and would be awesome by the side of a pond with rabbits,a deer, and all the other bucolic elements that make you want to just be there!

    • Thanks Ktj. Good ideas .

  2. ‘Plucked knot’ – what an interesting name! Made me think of playing a guitar and plucking the strings. Not quite the same meaning!

    • It is an odd name for the stitch MA but the plucking is the teeny stitch where the first thread comes out and before the winding. Easy peasy stitch.Yep! pretty close to a guitar.

  3. You’re wrong! It is ART! and beautiful, charming art as well. You have made good use of the stitches.

    • You are a very kind Teacher, Queenie. Thank you for the praise. I have a feeling these stitches will be used lots in the future.

  4. It’s very strange. I could swear I commented on this one a while ago! This is the one that sent me to Queenie’s site to catch up on some of the recent stitch posts.

    • You would have seen the beginning of the tree. I re-worked it and added more to it.


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