Sunday, January 15, 2012

Buttonhole stitch

Today I made some time to work on the buttonhole stitch. I used a blue fabric I rust dyed last year and 3 different embroidery threads: blue stranded floss, brown broder special and light blue Caron Wildflowers.
It was fun to watch the fabric change while I was stitching. The marks inside the brown buttonhole stitches are from a screw.
This is one of the 12 samplers I prepared for TAST 2012, they are 15 x 15 cm or 6 x 6 inch. I'm just stitching on the sampler that matches the stitch for me. For the buttonhole stitch I worked on 2 different samplers. I wrote about my buttonhole border here.

9 comments:

  1. That's neat, Annet. Love your rusted fabric and the threads you've used.

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  2. I like your stitching on the rust dyed fabric.

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  3. I love rust of all sorts and this is a great idea for a sampler!

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  4. Beautiful.. a river running through a southwest canyon :)

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  5. Jen is right - that does look like something you might see from an airplane, flying over the southwestern US.

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  6. Very nice design and use of the buttonhole stitch. You are so creative!!!

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  7. I love the way you have outlined with buttonhole stitch. nice colours.

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    1. Thanks, the fabric just aske for outlining!

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