14 satin stitch


These embroidery exercises are very interesting. I started on the second page on the embroidery sampler book.
The first detail was worked in detached chain stitches and french knots.

1ESBP-2d.chain,french knots

1ESBP-2d.chain,french knots

After working a few rows of satin stitches on this leaf motif, back stitches are used to work the outline and the lines on satin stitches.

2ESBP-2satin,back, stem

2ESBP-2satin,back, stem

Back stitch is used on this small leaf motif.

3ESBP-2back

3ESBP-2back

After working a few more motifs in satin stitch I completed this stitch sampler. More designs are available on the downloaded books.
Along with the floral , the border pattern also captured my interest.

14.sat st-15

A geometrical pattern and a flower.

14.sat st-16

More florals.

14.sat st-17

This one I had left incomplete, now completed

14.sat st-18

A few more florals

14.sat st-19

The last set of designs in satin stitch.

14.sat st-20

The complete set of floral pattern done in satin stitch.

14.sat st-motifs

The satin stitch sampler done on canvas.

14.sat st-sampler

The idea of working satin stitch sampler with these antique patterns came when this stitch was part of the challenge on stitchin fingers. I did not work on it at that time. With this TAST 2012 challenge, I took the opportunity to make use of those patterns.

I started with some floral motifs worked in satin stitch today. These motifs are all from the pdf file downloaded from antique pattern library site.
These patterns were part of borders, fillers. I chose to do the motifs alone.
1st set-

14.sat st-11

The florals are worked with cone thread[available in India], thickness similar to perle cotton thread.

14.sat st-12

Straight satin stitches worked on canvas with this thread, leaves gap in between the individual stitches.

14.sat st-13

Another two florals.

14.sat st-14

I found still more satin stitch patterns on the old book, so might try some of them .

In this satin stitch sampler, today I tried some border patterns. These are worked from patterns downloaded as pdf files from antique pattern library.
Border pattern1

14.sat st-5

Satin stitch worked in a continuous pattern.

14. sat st-7

Satin stitch and cross stitch combination

14.sat st-7

satin stitch in two colours.

14.sat st-8

A combination of satin stitch and cretan stitch variation.

14.sat st-9

Border worked in satin stitch with variegated thread.

14.sat st-10

Tomorrow some motifs taken from the same old patterns .

.This satin stitch was also part of the previous TAST challenge. . I did not work on this during that time it was rerun on stitchin fingers.
When it was on sharonB’s blog, during TAST 2012 challenge I was in India, so I am starting the sampler now .The idea to work on this stitch sampler-
Satin stitches in
1.Filling patterns.
2.border patterns.
3.motifs.
Today I tried a few filling patterns
1. Diamond shapes.

14.sat st-1

2. Zigzag pattern

14.sat st-2

3.long and short pattern.

14.sat st-3

4.Another diamond variation.

14.sat at-4

I ‘ll start with some borders tomorrow.