Posted by: Crazyqstitcher | June 14, 2021

Sunday Stitch School

Lesson No. 173 Eyelet Wheel stitch

SSS No.173.Eyelet Wheel st

True to Queenie’s word, this stitch sits firmly on Aida fabric or cloth, due to the back stitching method.

The lesson can be found here It could become addictive.

The yellow and green wheels are made with perle12 threads, I used a grey acrylic knitted thread for the last one.


Responses

  1. You spaced the circle nicely on the Aida foundation. Well done, and you are right, this stitch is so nice you want to make more.

    • Thank you Queenie, It will be high on my list of ‘go to’ stitches.

  2. Always had curling edges with the buttonhole style. This was a new idea to me. Haven’t been to Carin’s blog in a while – so many wonderful stitches ….

    Easy to get lost in there. LOL

    Diane

  3. The curling edges of rings wasn’t a good look, so I’m very pleased to have an alternative stitch. Placement is easier on fabric rather than Aida but I managed.by not keeping to all holes. Yes it’s very easy to become lost in Queenie’s Blog section also.

  4. Looks great! I only have trouble with them off Aida if I make the sections too big, but I’ll be interested in reading about Queenie’s method.

    • I presume you draw a circle on the cloth,first, which makes it a lot easier. It’s a stitch well worth playing with.

  5. These would look great with a bead or small button in the center and an interesting variation on the stitch that I always have trouble getting to lie flat. (the stitches, not me!).

    • A bead or two always adds something to embroidery. MA.
      I agree a normal circle tends to roll but this definitely lays flat.


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