Wanderer's to the Cabin

Friday, May 06, 2011

"Tree Of Stitches" Part 9

I finished part 9 of the "Tree Of Stitches" SAL on "The Stitch Specialists" yahoo group. I still adore this piece and have learned a few stitches I didn't know about.
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This last section could be stitched in either the Norwich Stitch or the Woven Stitch. Well, I couldn't decide which stitch I liked best; so I stitched the left half using the Norwich Stitch and "Burnished Leaves" and the right half using the Woven Stitch and "Winter Sage". I have to say that after doing both stitches, that the Norwich Stitch is far easier as you don't have to weave the thread over and under as with the Woven Stitch, but I loved the learning experience.

"Tree Of Stitches" by Abi Gurden
Finished 06 May 2011

I had someone ask what type of threads I'm using?
They are threads that I have hand-dyed myself.

Thank you everyone for stopping by and taking the time to leave your thoughts behind, I appreciate each and every one.

Take Care & Happy Stitchin'
Hugs, Sandy



19 comments:

  1. Your tree is looking lovely as it grows Sandy. I have started now and I am enjoying all the different stitches.

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  2. Sandy your tree is looking fantastic - I hope to have time to catch up with this one

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  3. Looks Great Sandy....Your needle has been smoking....
    Happy Stitchin!

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  4. Your tree looks great. Love also the colors.

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  5. Looking good Sandy. I really like the colors and stitches you're using. Keep up the good work!!

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  6. Very pretty Sandy, I love the threads you are using and you are so talented to be able to dye your own. I am going to work on Part 8/9 over the weekend. It is going to be a very pretty tree when we finish.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hazel c (UK)

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  7. That is beautiful! I am still waiting for my fabric been 2 months now! Everyone will be finished and I will just be starting!

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  8. Looks beautiful so far.

    Marl

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  9. Looks wonderful so far. Love the colours.

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  10. Love the texture the tree is beginning to take on.

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  11. Your tree is looking amazing! :) Very lovely stitching.

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