Sunday, 5 February 2012

module five chapter 9

Chapter nine
Threads and Stitchery
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These are the yarns that I bought for the embroidery work of this chapter The effect yarn I will use for couching.
For actual stitchery I will go back to my stock of cotton silk and wool yarns.

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                         Couched hand twisted effect yarn by cross stitches with bourette silk threads

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                                                  Arrowhead stitch in formal stitching rythm

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                     Chevron and half chevron stitch in combination star and knotted stitch


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                                  Darning stitch one with twisted effect yarn and the other with wool yarn

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                                                   Flat stitches with different thick wool yarn

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                                Regular and irregular heringbone stitch with some variation

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                                                        Variations of cross stitches

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                      Open sqare stitch with wool yarn one belong to the structured wool yarns

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                                                            Sheaf stich with different threads

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                                             Straight and algerian stitches and  needle wave

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                  The sampler with the majority of the flat stitches most in formal stitching rythm

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                                   Buttonhole, closed buttonhole and buttonhole double chain stitch

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                 Buttonhole-and loop stitch, feather stitch-and maidenhair ,cretan- and cable chain stitch

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Chain stitch, braidstitch, open chain stitch, zigzag chain, chain detached twisted,wheat ear stitch,rosette chainstitch

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                               Sorbello knot,french knot with needle waved twisted silk yarn,basque knot stitch

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        Spiked knotted cable stitch, coral stitch, diamond stitch, french knot, pistil stitch, boullion rose

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                                   Knotted buttonhole stitch with beads and boullion stitches

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                                                      Diamond stitches in informell stitching rythm
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                  Composite stitches with laced herringbone,crown - and head of bull stitch, chain stitch spiny

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                                         The sampler with knotted, chain, loop and composite stitches

Rubbings taking from paper relief surfaces.
Because I don’t have flimsy black paper for the rubbing, I dyed a silk paper with black ink. I got the best results with chalk, pastels and oil paint sticks. The last named, however, must be applied with little pressure, otherwise there are no lines but smear. I used natural colored tissue paper for the black pencils .I like the results on the light background better. There are more recognizable details that I can use for embroidery.

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                                                         Rubbing with Neocolor wax crayons

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                                                                     Chalk and pastels

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                                                          Oil paint sticks and pastel pencils
                                                                

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