Monday, December 03, 2018

actual stitching!

It's nice to fool with my own Dirty Thread. As you can see, I've kept some of the tastier ones for myself.

This one seems a perfect fit for this project. But what did I say about going slow?  After the first length was used up, I got hasty and tried to use all six ply + two strands of bright blue rayon (wayward shit on a good day). Snag city, each stitch a pain in the ass.

So back to splitting the six and doubling each half, adding in whatever silly business I can cram through the needle's eye as the mood moves me.

and don't forget a slash of Thread Magic. Strange and wonderful stuff.

6 comments:

  1. LOVE. i still use just a single strand. one of six. And then as many back an forth stitches as is needed to create the thing i need.
    I am so Good with this. It is so smooth and perfect an effect for
    whatever it is...leaf, bark, bit of magical essesce
    i love that you are stitching with them, however impatiently

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  2. I read that Grace used a single thread and so I tried it-- liked it. I also enjoy two threads and even three but with three threads means things bunched up. And I--once used one thread this way and a second the opposite way to "get more magic".

    But I am like Grace--not wanting the magic thread to get used up-- as it's one of a kind.

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  3. Go crazy. There will be more come spring.

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  4. love your wild colours!

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  5. Love the "dirty thread" colors!!!

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  6. Mighty beautiful color! The bane of my existence is threading needles (don't ask why-just IS).

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Now we're having fun. Thanks, Liz , for reminding me that we are not knitting. It doesn't matter if the pieces are two to four...

Play it again Sam.