After working some more samples of this Breton stitch, the sampler was completed.
The last part of the sampler-
5.The first two rows are variations of Breton stitches worked at 45’ angles . the stitches are worked at different heights in the third row.
6.The Breton stitch is worked with two threads in the first row. I missed this when I was working double Breton stitch earlier. After working a line of Breton stitch, individual breton stitches are worked over alternate peaks in the second row. I like this version of individual Breton stitches and will try some more of them.
7.Individual Breton stitches are worked alternatively in the first row. Individual Breton stitches are worked vertically one after another in the second row. Two versions of individual Breton stitches are worked one below the other in the third row. The individual Breton stitches are worked one over the other in the last variation. It was necessary to write the details of the last three rows, otherwise at a later date, I would waste time to understand these variations. LOL!
8.After working the Breton stitch as curve in the first row, different stitch combinations are tried in the next three rows. The second row is arrowhead and detached chain stitch combination. The third row is Pekinese stitch and pistil stitch combination. And the last row is buttonhole stitch and Italian border stitch combination.
This was an easy and interesting stitch to work .The best part of this challenge is the satisfaction of learning new stitches , if they are easy ones, there is double joy! The whole sampler-