The TAST Stitch for the Week of Sept 17 is the Drizzle Stitch.
For more information, check here on Sharon B's blog.
Instructions from the website Brazilian Embroidery Stitches:
Drizzle Stitch Use a milliners needle or darner for easier threading.
This is a version of the cast-on buttonhole stitch. The difference is that it is only attached at one end.
Come up through the fabric with your needle and thread.
Unthread the needle. Place your fabric over a pincushion and insert the needle near the thread and into the pincushion. The needle eye will be up at the top.
Make the desired number of cast-on loops over the eye of the needle. These can be plain, up-down, loose or any variation of the cast-on stitch you would like to use. The plain cast-on will create a spiraling drizzle. The up-down cast-on will make a firm drizzle that does not spiral.
Thread the needle and take the tail of the thread back through the loops and fabric. Pull only as tight as you want it; then knot the thread.