Sunday, September 16, 2012

Pistil stitch

The TAST stitch for week 37 is pistil stitch. I already used a lot of different threads on my TAST 2007 sampler. This time I used wool. I added pistil stitches and French knots to my black linen sampler. There’s a bigger photo’s of this part on my Flickr-page.
I had more idea’s then stitching time, so I doodled them in my journal.

12 comments:

  1. your earlier sampler grows up with each new tast stitch and it looks great,next time it will be greater..greatest..:)love it annet..

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    1. Thank you. I think this is the outer border of this part of my sampler. It makes a nice edge.

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  2. Mooi, dat witte borduurwerk op zwart linnen. Kun je dat goed zien? Het lijkt mij lastig borduren, maar misschien valt het mee als je maar goed licht op je werk hebt.
    Groetjes,
    Paula

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    1. Dank je wel, Paula. Gelukkig staat mijn werktafel onder het raam, dus dit kan ik wel goed zien. Foto's maken van dit borduurwerk is iedere keer weer een uitdaging, ik heb er echt een zonnetje voor nodig!

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  3. You are a LACE maker! A wonderful piece and so elegant against the black linen.

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  4. The design and execution is wonderful Annet.

    Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog.

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  5. It looks wonderful.. looking like lace..

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  6. I love the first work. it is gorgeous !

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  7. A lovely design on your sampler and nice journal doodles :)

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  8. The pistil stitch makes a great accent on this beautiful little motif, Annet.

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