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Sublime Stitches Aida Page 5 Patterns 62 74, Full Design Area 16 07 x 29 57 inches worked on 14 count AIDA. 225 x 414 stitches, Material Minimum size 26 x 40 inches to allow for embroidery frame and mounting. Suggested fabric Zweigart 14 count Aida white antique white or cream. The sample was worked on Zweigart 14 count Aida white. Over dyed or space dyed fabrics may detract from the design select carefully. There are 12 pages of patterns One page will be placed in. Freebies in Blackwork Journey every month Each pattern. or group of patterns have their Individual numbers. Technique Threads and beads used Chart Picture,and Method. Each month join a printout of the chart to the one before. The final chart will consist of 12 pages arranged in the. order as shown above, Please follow the main chart carefully to place and work. the different patterns The embroidery may differ slightly. Where patterns overlap between the pages do not, start the pattern The part patterns are there to help in the.
placing of the design As additional pages are added the. part patterns will be complete, Do not add beads to the design until all 12 pages have been. The sample was worked in DMC and Anchor floss in four. shades including DMC 310 as the base colour, Cross stitch is worked in TWO strands over two threads. back stitch is worked in ONE strand over two threads. Threads used,DMC 310 Black three skeins, Anchor 1206 variegated or DMC 815 Garnet three skeins. DMC 415 Pearl grey one skein,DMC 414 Steel grey one skein. Metallic threads used, Rainbow Gallery Petite Treasure Braid PB01 one card or DMC.
Lights Effects E3852 Dark Gold one skein,DMC Lights Effects E317. DMC 996 electric blue is used on the chart to show ONE strand of. 415 and ONE strand 414 together to make two strands for pulled. thread work stitches, DMC Precious metal threads and Rainbow Gallery Petite. Treasure Braid PB01,Beads used, Mill Hill Glass Beads 557 Gold or 2011 Victorian Gold one. packet Size 11 2 5mm Mill Hill Glass Beads 2022 Black Grey. Silver one packet Size 11 0 2 5 mm, Beads are optional Us them as and where you feel is appropriate I have indicated on the chart where I have. added them Do not attach the beads until the embroidery is complete. Sublime Stitches consist of 12 numbered pages,which joined together complete the Master.
Sublime Stitches Aida,Pages 4 6 Patterns 46 85, To help position the patterns correctly on the fabric. and to see how they relate to each other look carefully. at the embroidery If only a small part of a pattern is. shown on one page leave it until the following month. and work the pattern as a whole,Page 5 Patterns 62 74. The patterns to be added this month are the remaining ones from Page 2 and Page 4 and Patterns 62 74. Complete Pattern 60 from Page 4,Pattern 62 Small Alphabet. Every needlewoman needs a small alphabet in her stitch library This is ideal for naming and dating small. projects or for adding to cards or gift tags where space is limited. Technique Blackwork, Stitches Back stitch one strand French knot one strand wrap once Threads DMC 310. Finish each line before moving on to the next one Do not take threads across open spaces between lines as. the threads will show through on the front of the work The pattern after the alphabet is herringbone stitch. worked in Anchor 1206 over two blocks,Pattern 63 Leviathan and eyelet stitch band.
Technique Blackwork Stitches Back stitch one strand Threads DMC 310. Leviathan stitch is worked over four threads and consists of eight long stitches. worked in a counter clockwise direction Follow the numbers carefully Because the stitches overlap the. centre of the stitch is raised This contrasts with the smaller flat eyelet stitch which consists of 8 stitches. worked into the centre, Work the 8 arm eyelets from the outside to the centre to create a. small hole,This is also a band which can,be expanded and developed as a. block diamond design or even,Introduce another colour to. add another dimension to the,Pattern 64 Floral band. Technique Blackwork Stitches used Back stitch,Threads Anchor 1206 one strand E3852 gold.
Simple bands are an important part of designing a sampler They can be used as borders to frame a motif or. joined together to create blocks of their own,Single motif. This is also a band which can,be expanded and developed as. a block or diamond design,Patterns 63 65, The patterns fall into three categories heavy light and medium Pattern 64 can be made. into a medium weight pattern by adding lines or a heavy pattern by adding cross stitches. Pattern 65 Ironwork lozenge band,Technique Blackwork Thread DMC 310 one strand. Simple bands are an important part of designing a sampler They can be used as borders to frame a motif or. joined together to create blocks of their own, This pattern can easily be changed by adding colour and stitches.
Pattern 66 Wheatsheaf band,Technique Embroidery, Stitch used Long stitch Threads DMC 310 one strand gold metallic. Stitch five vertical stitches over four blocks Pull the threads together with a horizontal band over two. blocks Optional Add a bead or a vertical metallic stitch into the diamond. Variation Stitch three vertical stitches and pull together with a horizontal band over two threads. Pattern 67 Pattern darning Japanese style,What is pattern darning. Pattern darning is a simple and ancient embroidery technique in which contrasting thread is woven in and. out of the ground fabric using rows of running stitches which reverse direction at the end of each row The. length of the stitches may be varied to produce geometric designs Traditional embroidery using pattern. darning is found in Africa Japan Northern and Eastern Europe the Middle East Mexico and Peru Pattern. darning is also used as a filling stitch in blackwork embroidery. Example of Kogin style,pattern darning fromNorthern. CH9340 Sumiko and CH0334 Kyoto Kogin from Blackwork Journey are examples of Japanese style. pattern darning, Pattern darning is really simple and effective The density of the stitches the. number of strands of floss used and the ground fabric determine how the. pattern appears It can be used to make a border frame a design or form a. pattern in its own right, Careful counting is required and the pattern is worked along the weft of the.
fabric in rows,What is the warp and weft of a fabric. Woven fabrics are made up of a weft the yarn going across the width of. the fabric and a warp the yarn going down the length of the loom The. side of the fabric where the wefts are double backed to form a non fraying. edge is called the selvedge,Understanding the fabric you are stitching. on is important,There is almost no stretch on the warp and a. little stretch on the weft The bias has a lot,of stretch so if you are working diagonal. rows of embroidery take care not to distort,the fabric by pulling too hard.
Pattern 67 Pattern darning Japanese style,Technique Pattern darning. Threads Anchor 1206 one strand Needle Use a needle with a sharp point to split the blocks. Using one strand of floss split the blocks to create the solid diamonds. The dense diamonds are worked over 2 4 6 8 and 10 threads The lighter diamonds are worked. over 2 6 and 10 threads Pull gently so as not to pucker the fabric The lighter diamonds are worked along. the weft of the fabric between the blocks,Pattern 68 Take a simple motif and. Technique Blackwork one strand cross stitch two strands. Work the basic motif and then add cross stitch or additional filler stitches if desired Placing the motifs. together creates a much denser pattern The embroidered sample is worked on evenweave. Take two techniques how do they work together, Pattern 69 Wave stitch pulled thread work treated as an embroidery stitch. Pattern 70 Coloured zig zag and blackwork snowflake motifs. Different techniques are used throughout Sublime Stitches to complement each other Wave stitch is a. pulled thread work technique worked in DMC 415 Pearl grey two strands in rows across the fabric. The holes create the texture and interest Contrast this with Pattern 70. These are lighter weight patterns using colour to make the impact Which one do you prefer. Pattern 69 Wave stitch,Use two strands, Row 1 Insert the wave stitch pattern working from right to left. over two blocks or four threads evenweave starting at the. arrow Work the full width of the pattern Pull each stitch gently. to create the wave pattern, Row 2 Turn the work 180 degrees and repeat until the whole area.
has been completed, Many stitches can be worked as embroidery stitches on Aida by. not pulling the threads, Patterns 71 and 72 consist of four different band patterns in two contrasting techniques. Pattern 71 is a simple zig zag over one block in DMC 310 one strand. Pattern 71b is a wheatsheaf variation where vertical threads are tied with a horizontal stitch interlinked with. diamonds DMC 310 and Anchor 1206 one strand, Pattern 71 c is herringbone stitch worked in black and Anchor 1206. Pattern 72 Three sided stitch, Technique Pulled thread work Thread DMC 415 two strands. Work from right to left following the diagram The stitch. covers four threads with two diagonal and one straight stitch. There are TWO stitches to each side and the straight stitch. making 6 stitches to each three sided stitch Pull each stitch. tight to create the holes,Try this stitch on the doodle cloth first.
Pattern 73 Hearts, Start or complete the band which was started in Part 4 before starting Pattern 74. Technique Cross stitch blackwork, Threads DMC 310 Anchor 1206 Stitches used Back stitch one strand Cross stitch two strands. Add the beads after the embroidery has been completed. Pattern 74 Interlocking leaves,Technique Blackwork Threads DMC 310 Anchor 1206. Stitches used Back stitch one strand Cross stitch two strands. Verses in Traditional samplers,The introduction of moral verses into. samplers is another indication of their role,well established by the middle of the 17th.
century as part of a girl s education Many of,the embroidered motifs used on the samplers. held a special meaning such as acorns meant,fertility and life carnations for maternal love. the lily for purity chastity and innocence,Mary Christian Law 1808. A sampler worked with coloured silks,consisting of numerous individual small. motifs surrounding a central verse within an,inverted honey suckle border The base.
consisting of a country scene with a,shepherdess her flock farm buildings. assorted animals all placed on a distinctive,green chequered ground Contained in the. original maple frame,Alice Lydia Dunn Aged Thirteen years Circa 1835. This sampler clearly states at the bottom of the sampler that Alice was taught her needlework skills by her. mother Worked with coloured silks and contained in a period maple frame The sampler is not dated but the. style of needlework indicates the period,If you are in England visit. Witney Antiques 100 Corn Street Witney Oxfordshire OX28 6BU England. They have a themed exhibition of 17th to 19th century samplers in their gallery and many samplers can also. be viewed on line, Samplers written by Rebecca Scott and well illustrated with.
samplers from Britain and the United States, Shire Books Paperback December 2009 128 pages ISBN. 9780747807063,Additional alphabets, Upper and lower case backstitch alphabets over 5 threads are useful for creating verses in samplers so an. additional alphabet has been included for your personal use. This completes Page 5 of Sublime Stitches Aida,Sublime Stitches Aida.

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