Friday, January 4, 2013

The details on my white TAST sampler

A few days ago I shared a photo of my white TAST sampler. It’s still not finished, but I thought you might like to see the details. Here I stitched 2 buttonhole wheel cups with Caron Watercolours (left) and perle 5. I added some pistil stitches with the same threads.
At the left side of my sampler I made 2 curved rows of Pekinese stitches. The threads are Rainbow Gallery Treasure Braid and cotton a broder. Then I stitched French knots inside with Stef Francis spun silk with flames and 2 threads of stranded floss.
I couched green knitting yarn with 2 threads of stranded floss. The herringbone stitch is done with cotton a broder.
The dark green row is wheatear stitch with cotton a broder. The next combo is a Chevron stitch with 4 threads of stranded floss hanging below the buttonhole stitch with Stef Francis spun silk with flames. I stitched fly stitches with cotton a broder inside the Chevron stitches. This still needs something extra, maybe a detached chain stitch.
Before I started to add these stitches, the only stitches on this sampler were Cretan stitch, knotted loop stitch and a cast on pansy.

5 comments:

  1. I love the look of your TAST sampler! Very nice stitching, Annet.

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  2. Mooie kleurencombi. En dat 'opgenaaide' breigaren vind ik ook heel mooi om te zien, eentje om te onthouden!
    Groetjes,
    Paula

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  3. Annet your sampler is indeed a treasure

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  4. Such a fabulous array of different stitches. Looks terrific Annet!

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  5. You have proved that the Pistil stitch goes well with the Buttonwheel cup!

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