For Take a Stitch Tuesday 2023 Week 2 the basic stitch is back stitch. This stitch is one of the core stitches in embroidery as it is a very useful linear stitch. It is an easy stitch to master and quick to learn. Visit the tutorial for Back Stitch instructions on how to work it.
Take a Stitch Tuesday 2023 Week 2 Beyond TAST
For Beyond TAST this week I am going to suggest people explore Back Stitch Trellis. This filling stitch is a great because it works up easily and quickly. It looks great is you use a hand dyed variegated thread. The changes of colour create very interesting effects. This stitch is also an example of how a linear stitch can be used as a filling stitch. You simply arrange it in a grid!
Where to share your Take a Stitch Tuesday 2023 Week 2 samples
If you are new to hand embroidery the challenge is to learn the stitch and share what you have learned. If you are an experienced embroiderer, enjoy Beyond TAST and give your work a modern twist. And of course, share it online so beginners can see what can be done with a little imagination.
If you are doing the design challenge you have a month to work a design and stitch it up.
So the idea is to stitch a sample, photograph it, share it in the Take a Stitch Tuesday facebook group or use the hashtags are #TASTembroidery and #PintangleTAST on Instagram.
If you need more information the challenge guidelines are on the TAST FAQ page.
Floral themed Stitchers templates for hand embroiderers
With this set of stitchers templates, you can create your own floral-themed designs. You can easily combine petal and leaf shapes with the curved edges of the templates to create all sorts of floral and organic motifs. You will be able to create hundreds of different patterns to embroider. It is the ultimate mix-and-match fun for stitchers.
The set comes with an e-book with instructions and is filled with patterns and designs that you can create and use as jumping-off spots for your own designs.
They are available now in the shop here
Enjoy your stitching!
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Love that simple TAST stitching. I will be using this one on my diamonds.