TAST Stitch 52

Sheaf Stitch Sample 3
TAST Stitch 52 is Sheaf Stitch. You often see it used as a light filling stitch with single stitches spaced evenly over an area but it is an underestimated and interesting stitch. You can arrange the clusters of stitches to create patterns. I think you will be surprised. Try sketching out a few ideas on paper and you will quickly realise that you are only limited by your imagination and of course time to try out the ideas! If you use interesting threads and beads the possibilities expand further. Have fun with it, explore it a bit and I am sure you will be surprised.

Sheaf Stitch Sample 2

TAST2012logoHow to join in on the Take a Stitch Tuesday challenge

If you are new to hand embroidery the challenge is to learn the stitch. If you are an experienced embroiderer push these stitches in creative manner and share with beginners so they can see what can be done with a little imagination.

Where to share

Stitch a sample, photograph it, put in online on your blog, flickr site, share it on facebook or where ever you hang out online, and leave a comment on the Sheaf Stitch page with your full web address. Don’t forget the http bit of the web address so that your address becomes a live link so that people can visit your site and see what you have done. Please spread the word about Take a Stitch Tuesday on your social networks.

Feel free to join the  TAST facebook group.  If you are a hashtag type person use the hashtag #TASTembroidery and #PintangleTAST on places like Instagram etc. The challenge guidelines are on the TAST FAQ page. All stitchers a free to join the challenge and all levels of skill are welcome

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4 Responses to TAST Stitch 52

  1. Andy Lloyd Wiliams says:

    I love the way you arrange the sheaf stitches, Sharon, and I love the “watercolour thread” . Thank you for the inspiration. Hope the travelling is enjoyable.

  2. Thanks Sharon! It is good to TAST back! I did my Sheaf stitch with my hand dyed silk thread. http://princessbubblescreates.blogspot.ca/2016/08/take-stitch-tuesday.html

  3. Julia Louise King says:

    Gosh Sharon you are so clever! That is a dear little stitch. I don’t think I could ever be as imaginative with stitches as you are. I am almost retired and have so much unfinished textiles work to complete, Ill be busy for a long time .. yipee..
    Im sure to use this stitch at some stage..

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