February 25, 2013

Susan: Some January Seams

One more area to stitch, and one of these seams to mirror.

Love this one:


Two whipped running stitches. Prefer the top one with 2 strands of floss in the perle running stitch to the bottom with perle in two strands of floss.


This is the one that still has to be mirrored on the bottom.


And the whole block, so far.
There would have been more but my carpel tunnel was not behaving this week either. =P 4 days with time to stitch and too much pain to do it. Bah humbug!

11 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

Lots of great movement in your buttonhole cluster seam treatment. That's a good one for the stitch stash.

cq4fun said...

That's the one I almost wish I hadn't done, because it seems like too much. =)

Barbara C said...

I think the buttonhole clusters look like kites flying: perfect.

Suztats said...

I love that buttonhole seam treatment! All your stitching looks beautiful.

ladyhawthorne said...

I love the 'kites'too! Looks like another bunting to me and the color is perfect.

Cy said...

This is looking rather good Susan. The buttonhole clusters look like flying butterflies to me, lol. Your long seam going down on the right looks great as is, and will be even more impressive when the mirror stitching is completed.
Sorry to hear that your carpal tunnel pain is giving you some trouble. Hope you manage to rest it and get it better soon.

Stiching4fun said...

It"s a looking good!!!!! I like the "kites" too! The one that still has to be mirrored look good don't think I have seen anything like that what do you call it?

Sorry about the carpal tunnel & is being a pain I do understand hope you are feeling better soon.

Judy S. said...

Kites and butterflies! :-)

Judy S. said...

Looks great, Susan. Sorry about your wrists. Have you tried icing them along with the resting?

cq4fun said...

Oh, duh. You were all talking about the *red* buttonhole seam, and I was thinking about the *white* one! Sorry. I love the red one at the top, too!

cq4fun said...

Thanks for the idea, Judy. Too cold here right now for thinking about icing anything, but I may have to try that soon anyway.