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This week’s stitch of the TAST2012 stitch challenge by SharonB is knotted loop stitch. I had worked this samples of this stitch during earlier TAST challenge, but forgot about it.
When I started working on this stitch, decided to check the earlier TAST challenge folder, it was all there! And done with the same cone thread too!
After laughing at my absentmindedness, thought of working this stitch with other stitches. I could work only a few rows. The sampler looks like this now-

41.knotted loop stitch2-sampler1

The details-
1.knotted loop stitch is worked over a line of Cretan stitch in the first row. individual knotted loop stitches with running stitch is the experiment in the second row. Individual knotted loop stitches done as a square and fly stitches are worked on both sides in the third row.

41.knlost2-1

2.knotted loop stitch with twisted chain stitch in the first row, a line of buttonhole stitch worked below the knotted loop stitch line in the second row.

41.knlost2-2

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This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B
Here are the pictures of my Vandyke stitch sampler-

vandyke st sampler-1

 

vandyke st sampler-2

 

vandyke st sampler-3

This stitch sampler is 15 inches long.

This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B.
These variations are embellished.
7a.continous beads on top and alternate beads at the bottom, two variations tried in one row.Hurray!
7b.Individual Vandyke stitches intercepted with bugle beads.
7c. the stitches are laced with rimjim thread.
7d.three Vandyke stitches done diagonally.they are not done properly ,maybe Iam getting tired.
7e.some more variations with diagonally done Vandyke stitches.

vandyke -7a,7b,7c

With these I have finished my expeiments with Vandyke stitches .
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This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B.

The next three variations-
6a.First a row of Vandyke stitches in green, over them a row of Vandyke stitches in between them in pink.
6b.the Vandyke stitches are ambellished with buttonhole, and another stitch[the name is not coming to the mind now!] these relapses happen!
6c. here the Vandyke stitches are paired with chain stitches.

vandyke st-6a,6b.6c

Last set of variations to come.

This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B.
Another set of variations-
5a. I varied the height only on the top, in this row.
5b.Another variation is done, writing about this sequence would be very long!
5c.two Vandyke stitches are facing each other, and in two different threads too.

VANDYKE ST-5A,5B,5C

Just some more variations.

This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B.
The next set of variations-
4a. I tried curving the vandyke stitches[a small secret, I had to go through the fabric at some places to maintain the curve]
4b. A row of three small stitches and one long stitch.
4c. Vandyke stitches are of varying heights.
If beads are added In these three variations, they’ll look great.

vandyke st-4a,4b,4c

A few more variations to go.

This is the 25th week stitch of the stitch challenge TAST2010 by Sharon.B.
The third set of variations-
3a.the Vandyke stitches go up and down on this row.
3b.the Vandyke stitches are worked on a curve.
3c. the same long and short Vandyke stitches are done with two stitches together, the last few stitches have a mind of there own towards the end.LOL!

vandyke st-3a,3b,3c

Another set of Vandyke stitch variations

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