24.seinnese st

The 24 th week stitch of the stitch challenge –TAST2010 by Sharon.b is completed and the full sampler-

24.siennses st sampler-1

24.siennses t sampler-2

24.siennese st sampler-3

24/siennese st sampler-4

24/siennese st sampler-5

The sampler is 19 inches long.. I thoroughly enjoyed working on this sampler.

This is last set of variations of siennese stitch from stitch challenge-TAST2010 by Sharon.B.
The details-
10a-A row of siennese stitches with as straight stitch on top and some fly stitches done at the bottom.
10b-A row of stitches are laced with perle cotton.
10c-the stitch is used for couching down perle cotton thread.

24.siennese st-10

Some experiments with beads and sequins
11a-Sequins are placed in between the stitches
.11b-Added 3 beads to each siennese stitch.
11c- this row is vertical version of this stitch, the twisting thread is worked with beads.

24.siennses t-11

Thus the siennese sampler is completed, I’ ll post the pictures of the full sampler in the next post.

The variations of siennese stitch from the stitch challenge-TAST2010.
The details-
9a-The vertical version of siennese stitch, I tried placing one stitch on top of the other, and the top stitch is smaller than the bottom stitch here.
9b- Similar idea of 9a,but the stitches are of same size.
9c- Here the stitches are made in a curved line.

24.siennese st-9

Last set of variations in the next post

Another set of variations of seinnese st from the challenge by Sharon-TAST2010
The details-
8a-A row of this stitch is done in inverted “v” shape,on top of each stitch a normal stitch is worked to give a decorative effect.
8b- A row of zigzag back stitch, the seinnese stitches are worked in the space in between.
8c- What was I thinking when I worked this row? definitely not having to write about it.
First two rows of [wide] running stitches
,then the twisting part of the siennese stitch-
the top seinnese stitch is worked on the bottom running stitch and the bottom siennese stitch is worked on the top running stitch. There! I have written it.

24.siennese st-8

Just a few more of the variations of this stitch coming up.

Some more variations of the seinnese st from the stitch challenge-TAST 2010 by Sharon.
The details-
-In these rows , I have tried using this stitch as a filling stitch.
7a- The individual stitches are long ,and can be used for filling.
7b- two consecutive rows of siennese stitch filling, with variegated thread.
7c-Two rows of broad version of the stitch.

24.Siennese st-7

Another set of variations in the next post.

This is the sixth post of this siennese st of the stitch challenge –TAST2010 by Sharon.
The details-
6a-Again this stitch is replacing cross stitch and made into a pattern.
6b- here, the twisting thread is long armed.
6c- If I want to explain this band, I could go on like this -the straight stitch and the twisting thread are contained in 5 holes, but the straight stitch being in the same line, the twisting thread went up and down –or just say- a wild way of working this stitch

24.Siennese st-6a,6b,6c

Will continue with the details.

Another 3 variations of this 24th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST 2010 by Sharon.
5a-the stitch is done with two threads, one for the straight stitch, a variegated thread for the twisting stitch.
5b- The checkered version of the stitch, with two threads, one plain, another variegated.
5c-I used this stitch as cross stitch and went up and down to create a pattern.

The picture  quality is not very good though, When I work the stitch with wrong tension it shows very clearly, but when I do it right, the picture is not clear.definitely not my day.these things happen.

24.seinnese st-5a,5b,5c

Few more variations in the next post.

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