Showing 5 Result(s)
Open Needle Woven Picot

Open Needle Woven Picot

Last week I joined in TAST to try doing something with needle-woven picots. These are fun stitches, but I really haven’t used them in projects too many times. This whole little project is a little accident! Even the fabric was a painting experiment I never intended to use for a project. I was going to …

Chevron Stitch Sampler

Chevron Stitch Sampler

I’ve completed my chevron stitch sampler. This is for this past week’s TAST. I numbered my variations, so I could easily describe them. 1. The basic stitch 2. Chevron stitch can easily be varied in height, width and width of the horizontal stitch. I just have a few example shown, there are many more possibilities. …

TAST in a row

TAST in a row

Everyone is making such lovely compositions with their stitches! If you haven’t seen them, you can pop over to Pin Tangle or Stitchin Fingers and have a look at some of them. I sat down and wanted to try a composition too, but I just wasn’t excited about what I had drawn, so I just …

Feather Stitch: TAST Week 3

Feather Stitch: TAST Week 3

I made a little sampler. This time I used tapestry wool yarns. They are soo nice for making these sorts of samplers. Nice, fat yarns, so you can really see the stitches. And I discovered that I really like these yarns because they sit up on the fabric and give lots of extra dimension. This …

Fly Stitch TAST Week 1

Fly Stitch TAST Week 1

This year I signed up to follow along with TAST run from Pintangle. This is the first week, and the stitch is fly stitch. Here is my sampler. I just sat down with a needle and thread and tried a few different ways of lining up the stitches and spacing them. It was fun. There …