Melitastitches4fun's Blog

Patchwork of Peace Row 5 Blue
August 3, 2019, 3:05 pm
Filed under: ANG Main Line Stitchers Chapter, Patchwork of Peace

The Kalem stitch (Block 14, 3rd blue block from the right) creates a wonderful pattern that looks like knitting.

Even though the Slanted Victorian Step stitch (Block 17, 6th blue block from the right) is stitched on a true diagonal, the pattern creates a more slanted appearance. Stitching on the diagonal is easier to stitch than an oblique stitch and it creates a similar effect.

The Nabuko stitch (Block 19, blue block on the far left) is also stitched on the true diagonal and creates even a more slanted appearance. I used threads quite close in color making the pattern less evident than the block with the Slanted Victorian Step.

Starting with the blue block on the right (#12) moving to the left (#19), I used the following threads (1 strand unless noted):

12 – Splendor S965 (2 strands) and Planet Earth 6 ply Silk 1105 (2 strands)

13 – Bijoux MMT427 (4 strands) and Wildflowers 0076

14 – Bella Lusso 540

15 – Merino Wool 98L/45622 and Kreinik #12 Braid 051HL

16 – Splendor S965 (2 strands) and Entice E255 (2 rayon and 1 polyester filaments removed)

17 – Elegance E862 and Splendor S858 (2 strands)

18 – Pebbly Perle P07 (2 strands)

19 – Soie Crystale 7041 (2 strands) and Planet Earth 6 ply Silk 1105 (2 strands)

Two more rows of blue and then the border! Labor Day is just about 4 weeks away.

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You are making me want to do this1!!

Comment by Linda Wright Granger

It is fun! Breaking it up and stitching other stuff in between sections was good for me. It seemed to be more interesting and engaging. Sticking (close) to a goal is allowing me to get it done within a reasonable time.

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