Friday, 16 June 2017

Friday Homework for Lesson 25: Y Stitch

I have worn my fountain pen out while scribbling ys.
Easy and fun. 

I realized that upside-down, the y becomes an h! 

Also that they remind me of the dementors, the guards of the wizard prison in the Harry Potter books/films.

I like the yellow ink best!

16 comments:

  1. They also make a more interesting pattern than, for example, seed stitches would!

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    1. Rachel, you look carefully, you consider and come up with such good comments. THANK YOU.
      Yes, it would add more movement than the Seed Stitch.

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  2. They do look like people bustling around a shopping mall.
    I think that stitch would be good for adding texture/color to an area.

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    1. How clever of you to see this! Yes, Tokyo in rush hour!

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  3. I love your colour choice, those 'things' look great against the pink. Food for thought here.

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    1. Like real handwriting, you can exaggerate the stitching and make them even funkier, as well as use fluorescent thread or something fibrous or glossy.

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    2. I have been thinking about this stitch and think it would be just right to stitch hedgehog, from the Russian cartoon, Hedgehog in the Fog. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThmaGMgWRlY It looks just like the animation.

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    3. I just had a look at the charming cartoon, and yes, this stitch would be perfect for the needles.

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  4. I like the blue best, but the variety of colors makes it look moving, like Janie noted.

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    1. It would have been boring with only blue on that hot pink fabric, I think.

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  5. An very interesting stitch which really expands your imagination. good range of colours of Y stitches. I too feel they make nice filling stitches.

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    1. I loved your 'gold fish'! Simply by turning the stitch horizontally you made them swim.

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  6. Very colourful exercise. Makes me think of dancers at a Festival. What fun you've had with this stitch. Looks like I'll be stitching X Y and Z all on the same day. Bad pupil..

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    1. That's OK, but Z will not come until after the revision lesson.

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  7. O yes, I can see the dementors! This is such a versatile stitch.

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    1. Never did I think of all these things when I made the letter y into a stitch.

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