Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Garden sampler

My finished garden sampler for the June Sampler-along at &Stitches. I have stretched my sampler over an old CD with batting and sewed it to another old CD with batting with a hanging loop between the parts. Then I couched knitting yarn at the edge. There are 21 different stitches in this sampler, most of them are TAST stitches. Take a closer look at my sampler and the details in my Flickr album.

11 comments:

  1. This is just so beautiful, Annet. A great way to show off the lovely stitches. Dianne.

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  2. Annet this is delightful, as always your stitching is something to be admired, what a good way of using old CD`s too

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  3. Dat is mooi! En een heel goed idee om oude cd's zo her te gebruiken.

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  4. What a beautiful piece af embroidery, I like the idea of stretching it around the CD I may use this method myself sometime!

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  5. Finished up beautifully! I love watching you work along on the TAST challenge. I have a pile of fabrics I want to stitch on but this year seems to be ending before I will even begin.
    Diane

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  6. Your garden sampler is beautiful. Your use of the stitches learned during the tast is wonderful.

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  7. The reason why I joined TAST was to learn new stitches to be able to USE them. Here is a perfect sample of how you can use with the TAST stitches.
    Oh, it is such a beautiful TAST disc, lots to see and enjoy.
    Great idea with the CD!

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  8. Wauw, wat mooi en wat een goed idee om die CD's te gebruiken!
    Prachtig!

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