Wednesday, April 30, 2014


Two things in one post!

The blues and greens from this month's Smalls.

Stitch Sampler I, which was posted yesterday, and Round Bargello Biscornu:
I was halfway through assembly when I realized that I had forgotten my usual flat view.

Properly speaking there isn't an actual pattern for this. I used the stitch shown in the last image here, added Rhodes stitches in the middle, half eyelets along the sides and quarter eyelets in the corners. I actually stitched both sides for this because I was having so much fun. It's the exact same pattern and colour scheme.

TitleRound Bargello Biscornu
DesignerTherapy by Thread
Start dateApril 22, 2014
Finish dateApril 26, 2014
Total time9.5 hours
Fabric28 ct unknown brown fabric
FlossWaterlily Seaglass, Waterlily Oasis


Sheryl S. said...

A pretty design which looks complicated but the pattern is really easy to follow. Love the colours.

Wendy said...

that is so cool! I haven't made a biscornu yet, they look tricky

Anonymous said...

Such a small thing to have so MANY stitches! How long did it take to finish?

It is gorgeous. Those colors are so soothing and pretty.

Marcy said...

What a pretty biscornu. The colors are lovely.

Maria del Valle said...

Lovely and beautiful Bargello Biscornu!
I never did bargello stitches

Pull the other thread said...

Such a pretty pattern and I just adore the colouring you choose, my favourite colours.

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