[HNW] stitching knotwork
el2iot2 at mail.com
Tue Apr 26 18:48:28 PDT 2005
think I understand. so a true overlapping /\ or just a whole line on one side and up to the line and otherside of line. so simplest case 2 stitches if crossover or 3 if not.
sound like I got it? I used to learn faster, but have CRS<can't Remembr Stuff>, sometimes called Oldtimers disease.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan Farmer" <sfarmer at utk.edu>
To: h-needlework at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [HNW] stitching knotwork
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 12:21:09 -0400
> > Here is me being dumb, again.
> > Could you explain this a little more, I can't follow what you are talking
> t. "pieces-parts cross"? what does this mean please?
> > Joy
> > Radei
> Sorry for the delay -- been out in the woods looking at spring flowers!
> As I tell my students, there are no "dumb" or "stupid" questions -- it's the
> *not* asking that's stupid or dumb -- ignorance is curable -- stupidity is
> Anyway, where the "arms" of the knotwork cross -- like if you made a
> fat X -- one leg of the X is overtop of the other leg -- do you stitch
> both legs, or just stitch the top leg.
> Does that help? If not, I'll try and scan something so you can actually
> see it.
> Susan (who is a *very* visual learner)
> Susan Farmer
> sfarmer at goldsword.com
> Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
> University of Tennessee
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