Friday, 2 June 2017

Friday Homework for Lesson 23 - Whipped Running Stitch

This is my homework for Sunday Stitch Nursery School.

I made curved lines with cups and plates, stitched Running Stitches in lime green on those lines and then Whipped them with a variety of fancy threads, mainly in orange.



 The fabric puckered beautifully.
Child's play or contemporary art?


20 comments:

  1. A bit of both, maybe?

    Lots of lovely textures, anyway...

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    1. I didn't want to spend too much time and effort on this stitch, so I'll call it kid's play!

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    2. Whipped waves Huh?. Just kidding. the work is good. thanks for the W stitch, which I'll do now.

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  2. Have been thinking of you with every stitchery and tapestry I have seen while away. I like the puckering. Are you going to put each lesson into a book? Can see a lovely embroidery journal at the end.

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  3. another good example of what can be done with a stitch

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  4. Contemporary art. I love the way this turned out!

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  5. very beautiful and pleasing Contemporary art. it is lovely piece.

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    1. Thank you. It was nice to have an easy stitch to play with!

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  6. That's the charm of running stitch, it can be so simple and yet so sophisticated.
    Well done, Queenie!

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