TAST Week 8 Highlights

Once again it’s time to make a cuppa, take a few moment and  and browse some of the TAST challenge highlights.

Luiz Vaz over on stitching fingers has once again created a wonderful sample of chain stitch

Lins work over on her Arty blobs made me think of spring starting to emerge

Fibber Dabbler celebrated the New Orleans  Mardis Gras in chain stitch 

Needlewoman of Reading and Stitching in IL created a flower motif in chain stitch and based her design on a piece of vintage  jewellery.

Over on Crazypatch there is a delightful sampler using chain stitch to secure lace.

Zaz of Mainly Zaz is still stitching on timber

Chris Richards of Ella’s Craft Creations gets featured again with this chain stitch sample!

Over on Pour une Poignée de Boutons I admired this representation of a peacock feather worked in chain stitch.

I hope you have enjoyed this weeks selection. Dont forget to visit the page for week 8 and browse some of the links left in the comments as there are some great samples being worked for this challenge.

 

Further information on the FAQ page

 

If you need further information on the challenge a list of stitches covered so far or directions on how to participate please visit the TAST FAQ page.

 

You can read back through TAST articles by browsing Challenges –  Take a Stitch Tuesday category

 

Other groups and networks

 

You can also share your explorations with other members on the social network site of your choice. There is a Facebook TAST 2012 page,   stitchin fingers group and the flickr TAST site. These sub groups are set up by the request of members you do not have join any of them.


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4 Responses to TAST Week 8 Highlights

  1. Elaine says:

    I am trying to keep up. Here are the stitches I have done so far. Not nearly as creative as the ohers posted but what do you think??

  2. veronique says:

    j'ai fini le point 8 bravo shanon

  3. iHanna says:

    Great examples that inspire! I like the chain stitch because it's so easy to recognize even when used as a filler, at least I have a hard time recognizing some of the other stithces but this one I can spot. 🙂

  4. crazypatch says:

    Effectivement , il y a encore de bien belles broderies cette semaine… Vivement mardi pour découvrir le nouveau point; amitiés

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