Line15-two versions with blanket stitch-

1.flyst2-15

Line 16a-variation of buttonhole stitchWIP-

1.flyst2-16a

Line16b-fly stitch with this variation-

1.flyst2-16b

Line17- with closed buttonhole st-

1.flyst2-17

Line18- with running stitch-

1.flyst2-18

Line19-fly with double running st-

1.flyst2-19

Line20-with detached chain stitch-

1.flyst2-20

Line 21a- A row of cross stitch variation-

1.flyst2-21a

Line21b-Fly stitchs over the cross stitches-

1.flyst2-21b

Line22- fly stitches with chevron stitch-

1.flyst2-22

Line 23- fly stitches with a version of feather stitches- this version is used in ethnic Indian embroidery-

1.flyst2-23

Though there are other stitches , I seem to be working the fly stitches the same way for all rows. So, trying some other variations.
Line 24- I found this twisted fly stitch in A-Z of embroidery stitches -1-

1.flyst2-24

Line 25-another version of fly stitch worked insingle strand of shaded pink thread-

1.flyst2-25

Line 26- fly stitch laced with rimjim thread-

1.flyst2-26

Line 27- fly stitch whipped with rimjim thread_

1.flyst2-27

Line 28a-the fly stitches are worked to be laced with rimjim thread-

1.flyst2-28a

Line28b-laced fly stitch-

1.flyst2-28b

Line 29-whipped variation of fly stitch-

1.flyst2-29

Line 30-zigzag fly stitch with sequins and beads-

1.flyst2-30

Line31- lace couched with fly stitch, with beads-

1.flyst2-31

This fly stitch sampler is completed with these stitches.
The first part-

1.flyst2 sampler-1

The second part-

1.flyst2 sampler-2

The third part-

1.flyst2 sampler-3

The last rows-

1.flyst2 sampler-4

I feel this f ly stitch has a mind of its own , and I had to draw the last line somewhere! LOL!

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