Available after September 2023
Herringbone stitches have been used for centuries and are a versatile addition to any stitched project.
- Explore many iterations of herringbone stitches
- Work with various stitches and thread textures
- Promote ease and confidence when stitching herringbone stitches
- Learn techniques for starting and stopping threads
- Recommended for basic to intermediate stitchers
Who knew there were so many different kinds of herringbone stitches? Although this project doesn’t have all of them, it does have several: herringbone, double herringbone, interlaced herringbone, stacked herringbone, herringbone gone wrong, herringbone squares, reverse herringbone squares, herringbone stars, herringbone leaves, 6 trip herringbone, and circular herringbone.
Four color ways are offered: Bold – Aquamarina canvas with orange, purple and turquoise threads; Grayscale – Pewter canvas with grays to black threads with red accents; Monochromatic – Eggshell canvas with beiges to browns threads, and Pastel – Antique Blue canvas with pastel blues, yellows, lavenders and pinks.
Mostly Herringbones is a companion to Fandango, Mostly Jessicas, Mostly Crescents, Mostly Amadeus and Mostly Walnetos.
|Duration||1 or 2 day class|
|Kit Materials||18 ct. mono deluxe canvas in color choice; DMC cotton floss; DMC and Presencia #8 pearl cottons; Kreinik #8 braids|
|Size||4 1/4" x 12", 76 x 216 stitches on 18 ct. canvas|
|Student Supplies||1 pair 10" and 1 pair 18" stretcher bars, tacks or staples; scissors for thread and metallic; laying tool; magnification and lighting if needed|