Harlequin Dance Redux – Reverse Scotch Stitch with Layered Crescents

Click here for Harlequin Dance Redux Area L instructions Well, it’s another Monday and time for another installment of our Harlequin Dance Redux stitch along. I hope you’re enjoying the project! It’s given me opportunity to revamp this little design. Some areas I’ve kept the same, but I’ve changed others. Today’s area is one I’ve

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Finishing the bottom edge – Harlequin Dance Redux

Click here for Harlequin Dance Redux Areas H, I and J instructions The areas for today’s post are for the most part repeats of previous areas, but stitched with different colors. Viewed side by side it’s easy to see some of the differences. Area H is pavilion diamonds again, stitched with the same two colors

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Eye-popping colors! Harlequin Dance Redux – Monday stitch along

Click here for Harlequin Dance Redux Area G instructions Fun stitching today with some really bright colors! Today’s area is another harlequin pattern, but this time with different textures instead of different colors. I love the bright fuchsia colors next to the orange and purple area. And I used a different thread this time as

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Join us for Royal Garden live!

Hey, just wanted to let you know that I’ll be joining FiberTalk for a live show on Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m. Eastern, to talk about Royal Garden! I designed and released Royal Garden several years ago, and now FiberTalk is starting a stitch along with it. I’ll be joining the live show on Sunday, along

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Stitch Along Monday – continuing with Harlequin Dance Redux

This picture shows the Hungarian stitches a little bit closer. You can see where the stitches share holes with the outlining stitches in the area above. Also, the first row is a compensated row, and the right edge is also compensated. Compensation is just a little alteration to the pattern to complete an area. On

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