Sunday, January 8, 2012

TAST 2012 - Fly Stitch




I love this stitch.

TAST 2012 - Fliegenstich. Ich liebe diesen Stich.

39 comments:

Lins Artyblobs said...

I love your samples, particularly the yellow one.

Elizabeth Braun said...

Fantastisch! Gut gemacht.=) Ich habe meinen Flugenstich heute 'geposted' (Wie sagt man das in deutsch??)

Gruss aus England.

Edith Bieri said...

Deine Stiche sehen einfach Super aus, sie gefallen mir ausgezeichnet.
Fröhliches Sticheln
Edith

Katie said...

These are wonderful! It looks great!

Myfanwy said...

Lots of lovely colourful texture. Great start. Nearly time for the next one!

Suztats said...

I love your variations!

bluemuf said...

Beautiful work

Ty.Jecyka said...

Ich weiss nicht ob Ich auf Deutch schreibe oder auf Englisch, in bin Französich und ich wohnne in Québec...Die zwei sind nicht sehr gut...
Aber deine Stiche ist fantastish, und ich liebe sehr die Farben. Wie machst du das Blum?

Barbara B. said...

Das sieht ja wunderschön aus. Bin gerade erst von einem Kurs zurück und werde mich auch an die Aufgabe machen.

LG Barbara

maneki said...

Beautiful samplers! Both looks fab -- great textures -- but the yellow flower is especially pretty.

Gail said...

I really want to figure out how to layer the threads and colors like you did! I like your samples.
Gail of 2createsg.blogspot.com (Sam & Gail)

Nathalie L. said...

I love your stitches, very creative, and your flower, very stunning, really stunning, thank you for the share.

Dianne said...

Hi Raphaela, I love how you have used a variety of threads to create your fly stitch piece. Both of the the samples are very creative. Dianne.

ashenka said...

Raphaela, you are so nice with ddifferent threads and "multi-layers" how the stiches cover one another! and your flower!!! :)
it has an individual style!
Thank you!
Masha

Penny Berens said...

Simply yummy textures!

Jules said...

Beautiful colours and texture!

Raphaela said...

Thank you all for your kind comments.

Jorin said...

Die Blume mag ich auch besonders, aber außerdem gefällt mir auch der Zwiebellock - ein Fliegenstich über dem anderen. Danke für die Anregungen!
Jorin

Maggi said...

The samples are great. Have you used the fly stitch to trap loose yarn in the yellow and orange one? It looks stunning.

celle qui rêve said...

I love your work on texture, on material, the different threads

viji said...

Nice.
I like the yellow design much.
Thanks for dropin my blog. I love your comment.
viji

Maggi said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. I tried to reply but the email came back saying that your mailbox is full.

Sandy said...

I love the way you stacked the stitches and the piece with threads under it. Thanks for commenting on my blog.

Christine said...

Beide Motive sind einfach schön! Ich freue mich auf den nächsten Stich...

Raphaela said...

Thank you Ladies, for your comments.

Yes, Maggi, I did exactly that, I trapped loose threads with fly stitches.

libbyquilter said...

your love for this stitch really shows. these are beautiful examples of what can be done with it~!!!!~

the dimension of the second example is quite stunning~!

:-)
libbyQ

Kathleen said...

Wow you are so creative. I read you profile and am thinking that maybe I should also do a few on line classes. Hopefully it will help me be creative also. (I'm want to be creative. I can copy anything, but the creativity just does not seem to come to me. http://kathysnest32.wordpress.com/

Isabelle said...

I love this stitch too. And your flower is really pretty.

Sophie said...

Bravo pour ces jolis points de mouche, c'est superbe! bises

Marie Claude said...

Hi ,thank you for your kind comment on my blog "cocody-art-patch" for the postcard of fly stitch
...I love too your examples and your multilayered works.Marie-Claude

Thearica said...

Your fly stitch work is great! I didn't get started this week due to being out of town for the holidays and cannot wait to get home and start!

I also want to take a moment to invite you over to my blog to read about a quilt show I am hosting live on my blog beginning Feb 1. The show is called Crazy Quilts Are Quilts Too. The show is designed to bring awareness to all of us crazy quilters and the work we do! There are a host of fantastic prizes to be won! Hope you will come check out the information and hopefully participate!

www.pigtalesandquilts.com

Cyndi L said...

OH. Those are both so beautiful, they just take my breath away!!

Judy S. said...

Sehr schoen! Thanks for your comment. I really like the way you did your stitching, very creative.

Helga said...

Liebe Stickerin,
frau sieht du liebst den Stich.
Super schön.
LG,
Helga

shirley said...

These are great examples...I love the way you have used to fly stitches to couch the textured piece to the fabric what a good idea.
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shirley from twisted threads. Below is my new blog.

Anneliese said...

Deine Stiche sind absolut unwahrscheinlich gut und modern. Von dir kann ich einiges lernen.
Ich bin total begeistert. Ein Glück, dass du wieder da bist!

Boud said...

You really are a serious artist, lovely work. I plan to check in here often. Thank you.

JennyPennyPoppy said...

It is so great to see all the various designs with the TAST challenge. Your fly stitches sind wunderbar!

Ati. said...

Fantastic fantasy with this stitch. Also the other two are great!