Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | January 15, 2021

Sunday Stitch School – very late to School this time.

The first line stitch is No. 154 Plucked Knot. A Tiny wrapped knot like a small bullion.

No. 155 Up and Down Split stitch. It’s a lovely, easy stitch to make. I used Perle thread for the pink ones and two crochet threads for the centre one. It was quite easy to do this one.

No. 156 Hyacinth stitch (I’m at last up to date) . Gosh, that’s a big photo. I added the Hyacinth stitch to a Bengali Petal flower. I used a vari-coloured 3 strand thread for the flowers and a green perle 8 for the stems.

I also used a 1/8th inch satin ribbon for the Bengali stem. Surprisingly it worked easily.

All these stitches can be found in Queenie’s Stitch School. It appears there are no enlargements of photos but if you wish you can use your keyboard and choose ‘Ctl and Plus’ keys to enlarge to your desire and when done you can reverse the keys with’Ctl and the – ‘ sign


Responses

  1. Good student! You have done your homework and then created this beautiful flower of Bengali Petals and Hyacinths – quite charming.
    I agree with you, the Up and Down Split Stitch is surprisingly easy, but looks very stylish and modern.

  2. lovely flower!

    • Thank you, Queenie. I enjoyed making those stitches and am now waiting for the next lesson.

    • Thank you Ktj.

  3. I’ve never heard of the plucked knot stitch – another interesting one to play around with. And hyacinth stitch is a new one too. Queenie is amazing to come up with all these great stitches!

  4. A large number of the 156 stitches from Queenie’s list were new to me. The latest is great as a filling,line or curved stitch. I think they may even be good as a “pile them on” stitch.

  5. Both pictures show great work. I like them each for different reasons. Next time I pick up the needle, I’m going to play with the plucked knot. It appealed to me when you showed it before.

    • I’m sure you will create some fun thing, Susan.


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