Tuesday, December 6, 2016

TAST 2016 Stitch 57

TAST Stitch 57: Feathered Chain Stitch

I worked this stitch with 3 strands of #207 Bermuda Reef 
Waterlilies by Caron silk floss.

Next time I work it, I would like to try using pearl cotton. I think the stitches would be more defined that way.

I do love the color and sheen of this floss, though!

After adding a few more details to the block this seam is on, I dressed it up with a few flower-shaped sequins 
with clear beads in the centers.

TAST stands for Take a Stitch Tuesday.
It is a personal stitching challenge.
Sharon B. introduces a new stitch to learn each week on her blog, Pintangle.com.
You may learn more about TAST here.
There is also a TAST Facebook group and the members share amazing and inspiring examples of the stitches.

Thank you for stopping by!


Pamela said...

This is beautiful! Lovely work.

Christine Barnsley said...

Beautiful Renee! This is a lovely block.... I love the flower sequins! Christine x

Katie said...

Ohhh I love it! Such beautiful colors.

KimM said...

What beautiful, lovely stitching on all counts - I, too, love the sheen of the floss. Great choice!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Very pretty! I love the colours - is it an undersea theme?

Anonymous said...

A beautiful seam, even undressed! =) The whole corner of the block I can see looks beautiful - of course!

I love Waterlilies and also Wildflowers, but my FAVORITE Caron thread is Impressions. The silk and wool together make a marvelous thread that stitches SO nicely. I don't have many, because it's pricey, even considering 36-yd skeins. If you haven't tried any, ask for Christmas!

Createology said...

Lovely CQ. I have been looking for flower shaped sequins. You get so much done on your projects. I am envious dear.