3.19.2007

Stitch School: Palestrina

Stitch School has moved to it's very own space on the web! You'll now find the Palestrina post here. Comments are now closed on this post; if you'd like to leave a comment please do so on the new one.

16 comments:

Carrie said...

I keep waiting for you to run out of stitches! Doesn't look like it's going to happen anytime soon. Love this series Janet!

janet said...

Hah, I'll probably never run out! I am running out of easy stitches, though. It's getting harder and harder to take just a couple of photos to explain a stitch. Like bullion roses are so cool but they'll need about 20 pictures to show them properly. I'm not sure I have the time, you know?

African Kelli said...

woo hoo!! :)

Cathy F said...

Today's stitches are very cute, but it looks like things are getting harder. Uh-oh. I'd better keep up with the homework.

valou said...

thanks for this great tutorial !!!

Old School Acres said...

This is a beautiful stitch!! WOW!

Carly said...

Thanks for this one. What a great knot stitch!

joyce said...

just discovered your site -- i love the stitch tutorials! thank you!

rebekka said...

I so love you for this.

shoppista said...

Thanks! This is hugely helpful.

Niki said...

Great tutorial! Awesome clear pics too. http://nikisventures.blogspot.com/
NIKI

azlinda said...

i love your blog very much...thank you for giving me such unbelievable guide on how to stitch...I'll be your No.1 fan

sneska said...

Your examples are so easy to follow! Thank you!

viji said...

a stitch i loved so much in my childhood.....i have used this stitch vastly... but forgot..thanx for making me recollect.. ut tutorials are too good

Jean said...

I just found your site and LOVE IT!! I had seen the palestrina stitch a few weeks ago and then couldn't remember the name of it! I just can't believe I found it on my first google site. I am a cross stitcher right now, but used to do a lot of embroidery years ago. I just did a small piece of sweet embroidery and needed an edging a little fancier than the blanket stitch and this will do the trick nicely, I believe! I've bookmarked your site and look forward to seeing more tutorials. They are so simple and precise! Many thanks!

Aysha said...

I have to say your method for double knot is wayyy better than what my teacher told me a few days ago lol! Thx a bunch! :D