The last of the scroll stitches in week 33

I’ve got followups and a few new trials. I think there is a lot more exploration to do with this stitch. After working with it for a week, I see it as a very useful stitch.

I finally had to give in and separately stitch on beads to get them placed in the scroll stitch to my satisfaction.

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The bar from Saturday’s post is filled in. I love to handle these dense pieces of stitching.

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More experiments with patterns

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A single row of scroll stitches over-stitched with stand alone scrolls. These stand alone scrolls are stitched at a different angle than the earlier ones and I ended the stitch as I was moving into the loop rather than at the knot.

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The purple thread is a series of scroll stitches. The knots are a bit hidden by the thicker green thread. A French knot is placed in the center of each green knot of the scroll stitch.

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Another in my series of patterned knots with the scroll stitch.

Well, as always there are more trials I want to try but another TaST stitch has arrived! Tomorrow’s post will move to week 34.

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4 Responses to The last of the scroll stitches in week 33

  1. jowynn says:

    More delightful ideas with the scroll stitch. I like them all, but particularly the purple, green, and orange one and the dense bar.

  2. threadspider says:

    This stitch has certainly produced a huge range of textures and designs. Do you find they occur and suggestive themselves as you work, or do you have a clear idea of what you are going to do?

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Judith, thanks for asking this question. I do both and find both very valuable.

    Sometimes I look at a stitch or the pattern of a series of stitches and play the what if I did this… game. And then I’ll be very focused on moving the stitch in those directions as far as it can go or that I have time to pursue. At the close of my stitching day or when I’m reviewing the photos I’ll be evaluating then for what I want to do next, could improve and so forth. That may then set my adgenda for the next day’s stitching. These are what I sometimes refer to as my school girl exercises when writing my posts.

    But at other times I just relax and stitch off grid what ever comes to mind at random. Then the ideas that are suitable I’ll take, put on grid and develop more. Or I may take them back to off grid fabric and more intentionally work with them there.

  4. sharonb says:

    I am late checking you blog this week – but boy I love the second sample down

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