Wednesday, December 5, 2012

TAST Weeks 48 and 49

Last week's TAST was the Arrowhead stitch and this week's is the Buttonhole Eyelet Flower. I had lots of fun combining them. But, although the Bullion Knot stitch is one of my favorite stitches (along with the French Knot) and I've made hundreds of them in the past, I just couldn't wrap (pun intended) my head around it this time. So, I found Mary Corbet's video to refresh my memory. (Please excuse the pencil marks I forgot to erase.)

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  1. That is gorgeous Debbie, a perfect rainbow flower!!!

  2. Your bullions knots look great as you used them. I did learn how to make them ages ago, but rarely have an occasion to make use of them. I scrolled down and saw the sampler which is looking amazing. Thanks for sharing all these stitches.

  3. This is beautiful! I love your sampler too. Thanks for the links to Mary Corbet's videos.

  4. So vibrant and wonderful, Debbie. I bet you are learning tons of new stitches. I'd like to try that for a year.

    Joyeux Noël.

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  5. A great combination of stitches. I am glad you took a week 'off' for the Arrowhead stitch and made this stitch combination. The hard and the soft shapes go so well togheter.

  6. Love your combination of stitches. Colours are wonderful!

  7. Beautiful, neat and lovely colour combination.

  8. A great design and the combination of stitches worked out perfectly. Very nicely done Debbie!


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