Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sonata – 4

Continuing on with Sonata. More stitches, this time sprat’s heads between the double fan doubleds and the waffle stitches. And that leads to a wish for a different thread. I wanted to use a ribbon for the sprat’s heads. My … Continue reading

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Sonata – 3

Making progress on Sonata. I’ve added mistake pinwheels in between the waffle stitches. Mistake pinwheels are interesting Jean Hilton stitches. It’s worked from the outside in, pulling the previous stitches toward the middle. In theory it’s like a herringbone stitch, … Continue reading

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Sonata – 2

Yesterday I began writing about a new teaching piece, Sonata. I’ll keep you informed about my progress as I continue on. After the layered Jessicas and double fan doubleds, I’ve added waffle stitches in Neon Rays. I love Neon Rays, … Continue reading

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Sonata – part 1

I’ve begun working on a new teaching piece, Sonata. A sonata is defined as a musical composition for a solo instrument. I’m thinking I’ll combine my interest in music with needlework and do a series of pieces named for musical … Continue reading

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