Off grid with the pistil stitch

Today’s posts continues with “off grid” experiments with the pistil stitch. I still have only  two “on grid” experiments. But I have more “off grid” samples waiting behind today’s. I’m completely out of my school girl mood even when I can see some of the “off grid” work could benefit by the more formal trials. At the moment I blaming this on the fact this challenge is playing out, Christmas is coming soon and…

We’ll see what tomorrow holds. I better get to the samples at hand. These were really a lot of fun to do. I still need to perfect my knot. But I could hardly stitch fast enough to get all the ideas in felt before they melted away.

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tstc49briver.png This for some reason is my favorite. The next one should have more potential if I will just be practical and patient enough to take it in that direction.

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What I call my tiny world. It’s very small. This photo is larger than life.

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One Response to Off grid with the pistil stitch

  1. JoWynn Johns says:

    Love the spikey spiral and tiny world. Just great. I’ve tagged you for a meme. I hope you don’t mind. This is the first one I’ve felt inclined to participate in.

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