Monday, August 27, 2012

Linked double chain stitch

The TAST stitch for week 34 is linked double chain stitch. This morning I finally had time to stitch a few rows. From left to right:
  1. stitched in Stef Francis spun silk with flames
  2. stitched in perle 5
  3. a variation inspired by Nancilyn’s sample in  perle 8, I decorated it with detached chain stitches in cotton a broder
  4. a variation in DMC color variations perle 5, large double chains and a small twisted chain
  5. a similar variation in Stef Francis perle 5, large double chains and a small chain stitch instead of a twisted chain
  6. a variation in perle 5, small double chains and a large twisted chain
  7. a similar variation in Stef Francis perle 5, small double chains and a large chain stitch instead of a twisted chain

4 comments:

  1. Annet to be frank after seeing your sampler( especially one in the middle) i feel like to try this stitch..:)

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  2. wonderful!the white anchor designed one really inspiring!

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  3. Mooi weer, Annet!
    Jij bent inmiddels een expert in verschillende borduursteken, volgens mij. Weet je ook van alle borduursteken zowel de Nederlandse als de Engelse benaming? Ik zoek nog naar de Engelse benaming voor doorstopwerk. Misschien heb je daar ook wel voorbeelden van op de blog staan, of niet?
    Groetjes,
    Paula

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    1. Dank je, Paula. Van veel steken weet ik inmiddels de Nederlandse naam, maar de meeste niet. Doorstopwerk heet in het Engels pattern darning. Ik heb een paar voorbeeldjes op mijn blog:
      http://fat-quarter.blogspot.nl/search/label/pattern%20darning

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