Friday, 17 June 2016

TAST Week Forty-Six: Berry Stitch

This week's stitch for the TAST Challenge hosted by Sharon Boggon at Pin Tangle was another really fun stitch to learn and is called 'Berry Stitch'.


It is a stitch made up of two detached chain stitches one inside the other and, you can find Sharon's tutorial for it here.



I have added another circle to my sampler and stitched my berry stitches using variegated silk thread.



I really love the texture it adds.

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  1. Deine Stickereien begeistern mich immer wieder!

    Gruß Marion

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    1. Thank you Marion! Enjoy your weekend! Christine x

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  2. Hi Christine,your stitching is amazing my friend,I enjoy seeing them,well done my friend xx

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    1. Thank you Shez! Hope you are enjoying your holiday! Christine x

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  3. I love how you are placing the circles! With the changes in texture created by the stitches, it's just gorgeous! Have a nice weekend, Ariadna.

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    1. Thank you so much Ariadna! You have a lovely weekend too! Christine x

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  4. I have to remember this stitch--it looks like a fun one! Your circle sampler is looking very cool. What a great idea for practicing new stitches! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you Karen! I like this new stitch and the sampler is starting to look more balanced now. They always look a bit strange to start with! Enjoy your weekend too! Christine x

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  5. Liebe Christine,
    wieder ein toller Stickstich. Toll, wie Du es in Dein Projekt eingearbeitet hast. Immer wieder spannend Deine Umsetzung zu sehen.
    Ganz liebe Grüße
    Monika

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    1. Thank you Monika! It is fun adding the new stitches and the sampler is beginning to take shape now! Christine x

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  6. Love the berry stitch! Your circle stitchery is looking wonderful! So creative!

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    1. Thank you Baa! It is starting to look more balanced now it is filling in! Christine x

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  7. I loved your last sampler but this one is even more amazing. It will look so great framed and hung with the others.

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    1. Thank you Mary Anne! I am pleased with how it is starting to shape up! Christine x

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  8. Hello Christine, your embroidery piece looks amazing, those circles make the project look so modern.

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    1. Thank you Leanne! It is a lot of fun to work on! Christine x

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  9. Dear Christine,
    your stitches and the whole embroidery look(s) very, very lovely.
    Hugs
    sigisart

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    1. Thank you Sigrid.... I really enjoy stitching them! Christine x

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