pattern conversion


This week’s randjes were combined with straight stitches. Simple and effective edges. The free graph for these edges are here.

rpw2015-21,22

rpw2015-21,22

The kutchwork borders are simple based on these randjes.

kw-21

kw-21

Single kutchwork squares are worked  along with straight stitches.

kw-22

kw-22

These single kutchwork  squares being very easy to work with, instructions are not necessary.
The pattern-

rpw-kw-21-pattern

rpw-kw-21-pattern

Pattern#22

rpw-kw-22-pattern

rpw-kw-22-pattern

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This week’s randjes are simple and easy to work on. I found it easy to work the kutchwork borders based on these edges. The free graph for these edges are here.

rpw2015-15,16

rpw2015-15,16

The pattern for the kutch work borders.

rpw-kw-15,16-pattern

rpw-kw-15,16-pattern

The randjes of this week are simple and lovely. The free graph for these edges are here.

rpw2015-9,10

rpw2015-9,10

My sampler after working this week’s edges.

rpw2015-31-1-15

rpw2015-31-1-15

This week’s edges also were inspiration for kutchwork borders.

rpw-kw-9,10

rpw-kw-9,10

 

The instructions, patterns for these kutchwork borders are here. Two versions kutchwork border # 10.

rpw2015-kw-10

rpw2015-kw-10

The kutchwork sampler inspired by these randjes.

rwp2015-kw-31-1-15

rwp2015-kw-31-1-15

 

I joined a new group on Facebook yesterday. I had posted one of yoke pattern I drew for a tunic.

yoke emb pattern

yoke emb pattern

 
The tunic and pattern were here.
One of the fellow members Kristina Hook wanted to change it into a cross stitch pattern. After I agreed,
She did this and posted on the group page. I liked it. The cross stitch pattern-

cross stitch pattern

cross stitch pattern