Saturday, February 03, 2007

TAST

This week, the TAST challenge is the chevron stitch. It's funny, but I think I had never used it before. So, yesterday, I made three postcards using only this stitch. There were some ghosts wandering on my last piece of fabric. I let one of them come forward.

15 comments:

StegArt said...

Your chevrons look fabulous. Does your ghost have a name?

Sue B said...

These are lovely Francoise!

Kim said...

The last postcard is wonderful - simple yet powerful image. I've been surprised with the impact that a few hand stitches can have on a textile piece.

kay susan said...

Lovely. I like the fabrics and threads and the way you use them.

ACey said...

Love the accentuated ghost most of all

downunderdale said...

love the ghost
Dale

Doreen G said...

I love the colours that you use Francoise and the thread is beautiful-What is it?

Micki said...

Lovely stitching, Francoise. Funny how we see things in our fabric.

Françoise said...

Thanks!
The threads are Caron Wildflowers cotton and DMC Mouliné stranded cotton.

Dy said...

Your colour scheme is glorious, and I love your ghost!

Lisa Walton said...

Love your stitching - thanks for sharing them
lisa

Carol said...

Wonderful Francoise, I love the colours of your fabric and thread,

Angelcat said...

How wonderful Francoise. As always I just love the wonderful colours you have used and your stitching is just so neat!

Shirley Goodwin said...

I agree - go with the ghosts when they pop up.

MargaretR said...

Hi Francoise. I came to see these before but blogger would not allow me to comment. Now I can tell the world that this work is really even more wonderful in real life. Thanks for sending me one as a birthday card. I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. Mags