Some exercises of building a seam with zigzag coral stitch and other TAST stitches.

17.111.zigag coral st- sampler3

17.111.zigag coral st- sampler3

Seam 4- other stitches are feather stitch and detached twisted chain stitches. Not as impressive as I thought it would be.

17.111.zagcoralst-4

17.111.zagcoralst-4

Seam-5- scalloped stem stitch with fly stitches.

17.111.zzagcoralst-5

17.111.zzagcoralst-5

Seam6- The lines were crossed and rice stitch worked on them with detached chain and quarter buttonhole wheels. Actually, this seam looked far more interesting without detached chain and buttonhole wheels.

17.111.zzagcoralst-6

17.111.zzagcoralst-6

Seam 7- berry stitches and french knots. The berry stitches worked at an angle looks better.

17.111.zzagcoralst-7

17.111.zzagcoralst-7

Seam 8- this seam did not turnout the way I wanted at all. Thought this stitch worked like this would look more impressive. Other stitches are- cretan stitch, arrowhead and rope stitch.

17.111.zzagcoralst-8

17.111.zzagcoralst-8

Seam 9- a simple seam- with laced running stitch around the coral stitches with pistil stitches.

17.111.zzagcoralst-9

17.111.zzagcoralst-9

Seam 10- buttonhole variation and Italian border stitches.

17.111.zzagcoralst-10

17.111.zzagcoralst-10

Seam 11- Ricrac attached with zigzag coral stitch with straight stitches. This stitch ideal for doing this.

16.111.zzagcoralst-11

16.111.zzagcoralst-11

With this seam this sampler was completed.

17.111.zigzag coral stitch sampler

17.111.zigzag coral stitch sampler

I need to practice more on building seams, hope the TAST stitches are easy and quick to work with as this stitch.

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