TAST Week 20 Highlights

Bullion stitch sampleIt is time for the weekly TAST highlights round up, so make a cuppa, and once again let me share with you some of the wonderful samples worked.

Don’t let these few samples lead you to think that these are the only worthwhile samples to be seen. Follow some of the links in the comments, of week 20 and I promise you there is more eye candy to be seen.

To start off the first sample of this classic little flower has been worked by The Fanatical Seamstress

Bullion stitch sample

Over on Claudia’s blog there is this rich treatment.

Bullion stitch sample

These wheat grass heads are over on Home Made by Me

Bullion stitch sample

Lisa Buckley over on stitchin fingers worked bullion on her temari ball

Bullion stitch sample

Over on this figure was given a muff and hat was worked by Queenie Patch

Hope you enjoyed this weeks highlights!

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3 Responses to TAST Week 20 Highlights

  1. Dear Sharon,
    I am delighted and honoured to be featured among this week’s highlights.
    The Bullion stitch can be used in so many creative ways and I take great pleasure in looking at all the participants’ work.
    Thank you for TAST – I love it and have learnt so much, not only new stitches, but also to stretch my mind and combine fabric, thread, stitch and embellishment in a way I did not do before!

  2. Elmsley Rose says:

    just went to pop to the Queenie Patch link (interest in stumpwork faces) and the link doesn’t work….ooops….:-)

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