Sunday, May 6, 2012

Woven crossed buttonhole stitch

This woven crossed buttonhole stitch was one of my experiments for the TAST stitch for week 18. I stitched this sample with perle 12. First I made 3 stitches close together slanting to the right.
Then I wove the needle from right to left under the second stitch and pulled it through until the needle was free.
Then I made a buttonhole stitch slanting to the left and pulled the thread through.
Then I wove the needle from right to left under the first and last stitch and pulled it through until the needle was free.
Then I made another buttonhole stitch slanting to the left and pulled the thread through.
My woven crossed buttonhole stitch.

13 comments:

  1. Wonderful experiment, Annet. It came out great.

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  2. like the way you have done this stitch makes it look far more interesting

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  3. Thank you for the close ups. Great stitching!

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  4. i like this creative variation~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  5. Wow! This looks fabulous. Thanks for the great pictures and explanation of how it is done.

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  6. Thank you for the how-to. It's an interesting variation.


    ~Faith
    Airy Nothing

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  7. Love this variation. It has so many possibilities!

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  8. wowww really iam a fan of you..how do you get such ideas to apply one into another variation!! i appreciate..very very interesting!!♥♥♥

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