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Metalforms, Part 1 Border
October 24, 2017, 11:34 am
Filed under: ANG Main Line Stitchers Chapter, Metalforms

A couple of my ANG Main Line Chapter members started Metalforms designed by Jeff Kulick very shortly after we got the publication but I didn’t have time to start then. The first 2 members selected the silver on black colorway. Another member started a few months later with the copper colorway on white sparkle canvas. And, I finally got started with the copper colorway on green canvas.

When I initially ordered threads from ABC Stitch Therapy, I only got half of them (pictured below) – the rest were on back order. I knew the bright pink thread, Frye Werks Soft Sheen FT9 was wrong. And, there was a typo – it should be Fyre Werks Metallic Ribbon F9. Trebizond 3637 has been discontinued; so, I will try 3639 or 3635.


This is step one of the outer border, a pattern of mosaic stitches, using Fyre Werks FT44. Next, I’ll fill the open areas with Flair F508.

Metalforms border part 1

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Love this project. Where/how can I get the kit/stitch guide?

Comment by Eva Wolf

Are you a member of ANG? They were in the Needle Pointers magazine starting March 2017 for the next 5 issues. If not, Needle Pointers back issues can be purchased by contacting ANG Member Services at They will be able to check on the availability of the issue or issues you are inquiring about purchasing. Magazines are available for $12.00 each and can only be purchased by current ANG members. Membership is $40 per year. You might find old issues on eBay. I save my issues. Sorry. And, I can’t copy them. You might ask for issues via ANG Yahoo group or through ANG Facebook’s page. It’s a challenging, fun piece.

Comment by melitastitches4fun

Yes I am a member but not from that far back. I will contact ANG. Thank you.

Comment by Eva Wolf

Are you near a chapter? Or, CyberPointers? I’m sure someone would send you the issues.

Comment by melitastitches4fun

How do I find out where there are chapters or cyberstitchers?

Comment by Eva Wolf

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