Harlequin Dance Redux laid ribbons and herringbone stitches

Click here for Harlequin Dance Redux Area N instructions We’re nearing the end of this project! I decided to do something a little more open for the last two areas. After a lot of looking at darning patterns, laid fillings, and other stitches, I decided to do a laid ribbon with herringbone stitches over the …

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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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Something different – two kinds of triangles for Harlequin Dance Redux

Click here for Harlequin Dance Redux Area K instructions A lot of counted canvas designs are composed of geometric shapes. Today we’re stitching triangles. I think it’s always helpful to keep in mind the shape you are stitching, to make sure your end points don’t stray away from the shape. We’re back at the top …

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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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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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