Most people really liked caston stitch even though it took it a bit of time to work. even if they could not get perfect loops they could see the interest in the stitch.
I hope these samples wet your appetite enough for your to make time to follow some of the links in the comments on week 32. Take a look at what others have done with the stitch too.
Carolyne Foley worked her caston stitches in wool to produce a lovely spray of roses.
Click the image to see her larger versions.
CrazyQstitcher produced these lovely Iris flowers.
Chris Richards over on Ella’s Craft Creations also worked lovely caston stitch flowers.
Claudia Weinwurm shared her photos of a flowering topiary over on stitchin fingers.
Hopscotch demonstrated you can expand on floral motifs!
Hope you have enjoyed the featured samples this week.
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