Mirror Block 2
Today has been cold and wet, as we head into winter, so I am enjoying the "springness" of the Mirror quilt, where I am mirroring stitches on the Wogga quilt.
This is block 2 in the Mirror quilt, and I have finally settled on my preferred version of this seam treatment:
Part of the trick is getting the French Knots in the group of three with a little bit of eye space around each one.
You can see the other versions in my Stitch Combinations - I am trying to group like ones together there now. And I am enjoying working the same combinations over and again, with slight changes.
Did you spot that in this case I have pieced in part of the edging of the supper cloth? I am going to enjoy emphasising it.
And here is one other stitch combination, on my Wogga.
I think I am almost happy with this one. The big breakthrough is that I have always started a Fly Stitch group (the green), with the Straight Stitch in the peak. This time I have been working more on starting with the bottom Fly Stitch, then the "top" Fly Stitch, then finally the Straight Stitch. I reckon I get it more even that way.
I'm off now for a couple of days - see everyone Wednesday or Thursday.