October 29, 2012

TAST: Wk 44: Closed Base Needlewoven Picot

The TAST Stitch for the Week of October 29 is the Closed Base Needlewoven Picot.


For more information & instructions, check here on Sharon B's blog.
 
needlewoven picot leaf step by step directions
 
Photo Courtesy of Pin Tangle

10 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

As you can see if you read through Sharon's blog post, she is changing the format of TAST by numbering the stitches instead of the weeks. I'll continue to name them by the week here & list them in the pages above.

Judy S. said...

Reminds me of drizzle....only harder.

Carol Neale-Broughton said...

Me too, doesn't look very neat and tidy!

Debra Spincic said...

I think I am skipping this stitch. I am just now finishing my block for the Reveal so I can leave tomorrow guiltfree to enjoy the quilt show.

Carol Neale-Broughton said...

I do have a place for "neat litte leaves" and may just give the stitch a go. Wishing you and your friends an absolutely wonderful time at the quilt show and will look forward to hearing your tales.

Suztats said...

I really like t he picot stitch! It takes some time to do, but it's just weaving, so it's not difficult. It makes your stitches 3-dimensional.
Off to stitch.

Judy S. said...

Have fun!!!

cq4fun said...

Reminds me of a stitch I'm not likely to ever use.

Cy said...

Personally, I LOVE this stitch. I used it in my Rock Pool project. Once you get into the rhythm of the needle-weaving I find it so relaxing to do.
And this is just the stitch I need for leaves on the "brightly coloured & highly textured" cushion that I'm making to give my mum. I'm happy.

CarolynnS said...

I haven't tried this yet, but it looks cool! I've been working on an area of stitching that is using many of these textured stitches--this one will go right in there! Picture will come next Monday!