4.16.2007

Stitch School: Interlaced Band

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

5 comments:

Appliejuice said...

That's a lovely stitch. Great for a trim. :)

Ann-Margret said...

Hi Janet! I don't do much embroidery (though I did use one of your stitches on a tote I made) but I enjoy your blog. :) I was wondering if you've ever seen Armenian embroidery. I think you'd love it. Here's a link I've forwarded to other crafty friends: http://armenianembroidery.tripod.com/ . If you scroll down a bit, you'll see diagrams kind of similar to yours. I don't know the people who run that site so there's no hidden agenda here. :) Enjoy! :)

charlotte said...

Wow, this is quite a lesson here....love your tutorials. wish I could come sew with you- lots to learn. Hope all is well with you, I'm so out of touch. xoC

Anonymous said...

isnt this stitch a form of 'fagoting'. time for all you immature people to start laughing.. :)

janet said...

Not really. Fagoting is done over a small parallel group of stitches and looks like a little bundle. In fact the word faggot, or fagot, usually refers to a bundle of sticks or branches.