I worked this stitch with another two stitches and completed this sampler.
7.The first row is with wrapped coral stitch and the next row is with sheaf stitch.

20.68.sldechainst-7

20.68.sldechainst-7

The sampler-

20.68.slipped detached chain stitch sampler

20.68.slipped detached chain stitch sampler

I really enjoyed working on these sample stitches. It is a lovely stitch.

Slipped detached chain stitch sampler  worked with other stitches.

20.68.slipped detached chain-sampler2

20.68.slipped detached chain-sampler2

4. The leaves are worked with detached chain stitch in the first sample, woven chain stitch leaves are worked in the second sample. Half chevron stitch, curved chain stitch are worked with this stitch in the next sample. Buttonholed herringbone and french knots are combined to form the last sample.

20.68.sldechainst-4

20.68.sldechainst-4

5. The other stitches in this part of the sampler are-
1. buttonhole stitch variation
2. Cretan, chain stitches.
3. bullion knot
4. Italian border stitch
5. pistil stitches

20.68.sldechainst-5

20.68.sldechainst-5

6.The slipped detached chain stitches are worked in the spaces of these stitches-
1.closed and up and down buttonhole stitch
2.basque stitch
3.crested chain stitch

20.68.sldechainst-6

20.68.sldechainst-6

This week’s stitch was not announced because Sharon was not feeling  well enough to post the details of the stitch. I think she is better now. I had missed a few stitches when I had gone to India for my nephew’s wedding.
This stitch was the 68th week stitch on this TAST 2013 challenge by SharonB. I had done this stitch sampler during the earlier TAST challenge. I am trying to incorporate this stitch with other TAST stitches this time.

20.68.slipped detached chain st-sampler1

20.68.slipped detached chain st-sampler1

1.Started with working this stitch in different ways and moved on to varying the stitches in the middle – double square herringbone, laced herringbone, square herringbone, woven cross stitch, arrowhead stitch- and working slipped detached chain stitches around them .The last motif is worked with individual fly stitches

20.68.sldechainst-1

20.68.sldechainst-1

2.The stitch combinations are- herringbone, Algerian eye variation and another Algerian eye variation.

20.68.sldechainst-2

20.68.sldechainst-2

Portuguese stem stitch, feather stitch, fly stitch and pistil stitches are worked in these samples.

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20.68.sldechainst-3

How lazy am I? the tast2010 is on its 37th week , and Iam posting  the stitch from 21st week.

 the stitch is quite simple,done properly looks like a tulip.Mine was everything else but Tulip.let’s see the stitch samples-

slip.de chain-1

first I tried the stitch, used different colours and angles to form a line,with  cretan stitch, and inside 2 lines of arrowhead stitch.

slip de chain-2

I tried to do geometrical [triangle?square?diamond?] shaped motifs with this stitch. One important thing is that- our focus should be on the idea behind this sampler rather than the sampler itself!

slip de chain-3

Now the stitch is  in a line,then they are facing away from each other,arranging themselves inside feather stitch,falling in a line of  laced buttonhole.later 2 times falling in line[ this could be used  as  filling stitch also].

slip de chain-4

The stitch and its inverse in a row with a straight stitch thrown in between.the stitch on top of fan shaped buttonhole stitch, in between buttonhole wheel stitch,Thought this stitch looked like a fish, made  them swim on 6 rows of running stitch[ this can also be filling stitch]

slip de chain-5

The stitch done inbetween cross stitches,then some individual variations of the stitch, used twisted chain stitch and arranged some beads.

slip de chain-6

These two motifs I can wholly agreed to have copied the ideas of fellow members of the TAST 2010 challenge from flickr.

 the samplers now-

slip de chain st sampler -1

slip de chain st sampler-2

slip de chain st sampler

 I enjoyed doing this stitch, though I couldn’t stick to my 4 inch  sampler, trying more variations kept me on the track.