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I actually did my TAST sampler on Tuesday!
As soon as I saw this weeks stitch announcement this is the picture that came to mind. I had recently seen a picture of rain someone new to the Northwest had done. I didn't think about it long enough and it i… more »
As usual, I was wondering what can I do different with this stitch. I doubt I have anything here that no one has ever seen before, but there are some new variations for me.
The first thing I did, and probably the most difficult, was the border. It's… more »
Sharon B's TAST Challenge this week is herringbone stitch. I really didn't think much about this. I may have lost all my 2011 photos and I've been trying to recover them and to say I was frustrated last night was an understatement. I just wanted to sit… more »
Got the new TAST stitch Monday night and started working on it last night. I didn't finish, so I won't show it yet, but I learned something. Closed Cretan stitch is exactly the same thing as my dense feather stitch that I used to make the palm tree… more »
Stems and leaves are fly stitches. This was done after the buttonhole/blanket stitch on my TAST 2012 sampler.
A simple line of feather stitch to divide this section form the previous. Heart is 2 layers of fly stitch. I worked the e… more »
I see a world where all people accept each other as friends and neighbors, and celebrate each person's uniqueness as a vital part of everyone's life, like threads in a tapestry. -F. Shafer Junaid
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