For the Love of Stitching Sampler – Band 65

For the Love of Stitching Sampler – Band 65

This is a line of laced herringbone stitch.


The foundation row of herring bone is worked in a hand dyed perle thread #8 and it is laced with a hand dyed thread that is actually lampshade fringing. It is very similar to Bunka thread


This section of the sampler is worked on tea towel linen which is not quite an even weave.


Procion cold water dyes for the cotton thread and Disperse dyes (also known as transfer dyes) on the synthetic  lampshade fringing thread.


All samples are 15 cm (6 inches) wide and stitched together in one long band sampler.

The sampler is currently 44 ft 5 inches or 533 inches (1353.83 centimetres) or 14.8 yards  (13.53 metres) long and still being added to.


This section of the sampler is dated 1996 – Jan 1998

Sampler FAQ and back story
For the full back story on this piece visit the Sampler FAQ.

All posts in the series are in the category  the Love of Stitching Band Sampler.

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