3.97.shell chain stitch 2


The second part of the sampler-

3.97.shell chain st-sampler

3.97.shell chain st-sampler

1.The stitches are worked in V shape in the first row. In the second row, this stitch was tried as a filling stitch. Half flowers are tried in the third line, with berry stitch in the centre.

3.97.shel chst-4

3.97.shel chst-4

2.Shell chain stitches are combined with other stitches in these rows- herringbone stitch, feather stitch and buttonhole stitch.

3.97.shellchst-5

3.97.shellchst-5

3. The variation in the first row is taken from Annet’s idea, buttonhole stitches on shell chain stitch. The shell part of the stitch passes through a small straight stitch in the second row. The shell stitches start from the previous chain in the third row. The shell stitches are worked over satin ribbon in the last row.

3.97.shellchst-6

3.97.shellchst-6

the whole sampler-

3.97.shell chain stitch sampler

3.97.shell chain stitch sampler

 

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I had done this stitch sampler as a part of chain stitch varieties earlier in 2012. That sampler is posted here. The method of working this stitch is on SharonB’s blog. First part of the sampler worked this time-

3.97.shell chain st-sampler1

3.97.shell chain st-sampler1

1.The basic stitch is worked in the first row. Two rows of this stitches are worked together in the second sample. One more stitch is added to the basic stitch in the third sample.

3.97.shellchst-1

3.97.shellchst-1

2.The first row is laced with six strands of cotton skein. The shell chain stitch is worked alternatively on both sides in the second sample. the stitch is  worked in a curve in the third sample.

3.97.shellchst-2

3.97.shellchst-2

3. This stitch is worked on bars to get the effect of raised chain stitch in the first row. Instead of working the shell stitches on single chain stitch, they are worked on berry stitch in the second row.in the third row, the shells are worked on linked chain stitch in the third row.

3.97.shellchst-3

3.97.shellchst-3