TAST Week 26

TAST Week 26 The Stitch for TAST week 26, is to experiment with Sheaf Stitch. You often see Sheaf Stitch used as a light, filling stitch, with single stitches spaced evenly over an area. But it is often underestimated, as it is far more interesting than just an area filler. …

TAST Week 25

TAST Week 25 TAST Week 25 is going to be an easy week for both the TAST stream and the Beyond TAST stream. I hope everyone has fun! Fern Stitch is a very quick and easy stitch to work. So for those who need some catch-up time, just jump in …

TAST Week 24

Welcome to TAST Week 24. Did you all enjoy your catch-up or break week? I hope you either took advantage of the time to catch up or do some other stitching. TAST week 24 is Crossed buttonhole stitch. This stitch is one of those stitches that at first glance looks …

TAST Break Week 2

TAST Break Week 2 Last week, I said that TAST would have a break week or catch-up week. This is TAST Break Week 2. Catch-up weeks are important. It is easy to fall a bit behind as we all have busy and full lives. What I hope to prevent is …

TAST Week 23

TAST Week 23 The stitch for TAST week 23 is Knotted Cable Chain. You can find a tutorial for Knotted Cable Chain in my Stitch Dictionary. Knotted Cable Chain is a textured linear stitch which looks great used in all sorts of ways. You can work the chain in an open loose …

TAST Week 22

TAST Week 22 For TAST week 22, I am proposing an interesting version of buttonhole called Up and Down buttonhole. This version of buttonhole creates a line of paired buttonhole stitches that are tied at the base. It creates a different look from regular buttonhole. And you can use this …

TAST Week 21

TAST Week 21 This week, I would like to introduce you to  Raised Herringbone Band. It is an interesting stitch that is easily forgotten. But it is really remarkably handy once you learn it. This stitch makes a great decorative filler if you work it in a block, row upon …