Many people really enjoyed working and experimenting with half chevron. There were lots of humorous interpretations. Every week choosing what to feature is hard as the examples are so good. I aim for 5 featured pieces but every Monday I become for some reason numerically challenged!
Dont 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 19 and I promise you there is more eye candy to be seen.
First up I loved this diving tower from Caro Rose Creations (bit worried about what the the top guy is thinking of doing)
I really liked Juliet’s Balcony worked by MariaInez L.Ribeiro dos Santos.
Miriam over on Borduurblog had a crocodile invasion.
Brigitte Otto on Stitchin Fingers worked this lovely design using half chevron on the border.
Chris over on Ella’s Craft Creations worked a lovely mandala so visit to see the rest of it.
Debbie of Jerusalem Notes worked single units in a pattern.
Anna Kousi on stitchin fingers also used single unit to great effect
This sun disk also made me smile Isabelle of Pierres Papiers Ciseaux
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