[HNW] Punto a spina pesce stitch
Cassandra L. McCraw
cmccraw at uark.edu
Mon Apr 4 10:17:31 PDT 2011
I found this:
I plugged it in a translation, but didn't get much.
Hope this helps,
From: h-needlework-bounces+cmccraw=uark.edu at lists.ansteorra.org [mailto:h-needlework-bounces+cmccraw=uark.edu at lists.ansteorra.org] On Behalf Of Carol Thomas
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 12:02 PM
To: Historic Needlework
Subject: [HNW] Punto a spina pesce stitch
That was my first impression as well, but copying and blowing it up,
it does not look right. It looks more like some kind of bulky chain
stitch. Both sides of a row are symmetrical, not alternating in
length as with long armed cross.
It seems to stand up from the fabric quite a bit.
>It looks like the long armed cross stitch to me.
>From: h-needlework-bounces+cmccraw=uark.edu at lists.ansteorra.org
>[mailto:h-needlework-bounces+cmccraw=uark.edu at lists.ansteorra.org]
>On Behalf Of Carol Thomas
>Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 11:48 AM
>To: Historic Needlework
>Subject: [HNW] Punto a spina pesce stitch
>Can anyone give me a reference that shows how to do this stitch?
>It translates from the Italian as something like the spiny fish
>stitch. The example I'm looking at is
>is accession number 93.196 in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
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