ti ho scritto in passato e ti ho inviato foto di un lavoro che avevo fatto grazie ai suggerimenti del tuo TAST.
ti ringrazio ancora per i punti che regolarmente continui a suggerire e grazie a tutte coloro che partecipano.
parlo poco inglese, spero possiate tradurre ciò che dico.
tra le altre cose ho preso l’idea per partecipare al BJP di robin.
this is an sos call for you ladies.
i’ve tried following the directions in Sharon’s stitch dictionary and i don’t get it. Could someone please help me out?
Is it ok to do the chain and then the 2tails? is that considered cheating:)?
you can write me at kangies at yahoo dot com so as not to inundate Sharon’s blog
Niki – I think you are already doing the stitch right – you can make the two straight stitches then thread through the chain or turn it around and do a chain and make two tails – it still works out – hope this helps
I have just finished challenge 22, and as you said it really is fun to play around. Have just posted the work on my blog…..I thoroughly enjoyed it…. off to play with 23 now.
I loved doing this stitch, sometimes it looked like a millepede but I did it as a field of wheat and really spent time on it, thanks Sharon for this on going delight.
Oh its on my blog http://backvalleyseasons.blogspot.com
It took me a while to get going because I was torn between naturalistic and abstract ideas and then I got given some small dyed pieces of silk on monday last as a gift. One piece seemed to echo the colour of some space dyed threads which I already had and I have stayed torn between the naturalistic and the abstract.
I also took a while to post because I wasn’t sure if I should back the silk in some way. I wondered if other people have advice on sewing on light weight silk.
This was another stitch I knew about but had not tried out.