Thursday, October 15, 2015

Continuous path stitching is our next lesson

Lesson 8 in JTA course for Level 2.

Continuous line stitching (renzoku) is the technique of stitching several paths around the ball. With each path, you end up back to where you started. Several of these paths combine to complete the design. To demonstrate this technique to students, I designed a new temari with continuous path stitching and a new palette of threads called Lantana. The palette will be available in my shop soon.

Lesson 8 in Level 2 JTA course is all about continuous line stitching.