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Stitch 15 : French Knot


  08:00:00 am, by Airycat   , 228 words  
Categories: Needlework, Hand Embroidery, Stitches, TAST

Stitch 15 : French Knot

As usual I am pretty much behind on posting any of the TAST stitches that I have done. I have done some stitching, although not as far behind, I'm behind on that, too.

French knots! French knots! I have lots of French knots! I have lots more to do, too.

 (click on the photos if you want to see them up close and more clearly.)

I started this little sampler when TAST began and actually put the French knots in before they were up on the TAST list. You've seen this before. All French knots are in the middle, a few on the edge of the middle circle. I have not decided if I want to do  any more French knots on this piece.

You have seen this one before too, I believe. I started it at about the same time I did the one above. French knots in here are in the vine trail from the lower left to the upper mid right in the pink and blue. I also have a lot of French knots on the sheep, but I still have plenty more to do to fill that sheep.

I actually like doing French knots. They don't always turn out as well for me as I would like, but I still enjoy doing them.


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