Row upon row

My blog post titles had suddenly gone unimaginative with the scroll stitch. So today I waited and named it after I finished the post. As you see a title came to mind so I didn’t have to post this under Day 4 with the scroll stitch. But I must say it still lacks imagination.

If my titles are unimaginative, I’m not too distressed. My distress is when I don’t have any more ideas to stitch. Happily that was not the case today. Here are a few ideas I experimented with on day 4.

Stand alone scrolls

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Rows

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The middle row is not the best stitching but an interesting pattern. I overstitched one scroll and nestled in two lower scroll stitches under the scroll line I was over stitching. I think I’ll try it again in two colors like the bottom row, then it will be easier to see what’s going on. Not to mention I need to perfect my stitching a bit! The bottom row consists of mirror scroll rows (loops facing each other in the middle, just the opposite of the top row, in other words) whip stitched together.

Another row

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This was my favorite row to make. Mirror rows of scroll stitches (loops facing the middle) with the overstitching in rust. The over stitching pattern was a French knot in the middle of the four knots and a whip like stitch (a diagonal straight stitch?) to tie the longer loops in the scroll rows together.

More rows

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My attempt at beading a row. tstc33dbeadrow.png

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3 Responses to Row upon row

  1. Marty52 says:

    The last one is simply stunning… the stitch really picks up the colors and movement in the fabric. It reminds me of a wave. Beautiful!

  2. jowynn says:

    Oooooo, I love all your experiments with scroll stitch. The last one. on the print fabric, is gorgeous!

  3. threadspider says:

    This is a wonderful stitch for texture. I love your creative experiments and I agree with Marty, this stitch has something of the sea about it. I’m looking forward to you perhaps stitching up some fabric postcards with your experiments.

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