Today's stitch comes from a piece Laura Taylor is working on with a student. And it's absolutely charming. It's almost nothing but it's also almost perfect.
The diagram includes two versions of the stitch and illustrates the stitch's scalability. The diagram on the left includes stitches over three rows and one row. The other version includes stitches over four and two rows. The stitched sample on the right reflects the first diagram (over three and one row). It's sweet and simple and I love it.
The stitched sample is from a sky. It would make wonderful water with two different blue metallics, or even two metallics of different sizes. It would also serve well as a sky or mountain stitch. The key is to use a lightweight thread. For example, consider using Elegance on 13-mesh or Petite Silk Lame on 18-mesh. .
This stitch diagram, along with all other #whimsicalwednesday and #smallspacesunday stitch diagrams, can also be found on a Pinterest board here.
If you like what you see on this blog, want to learn some very creative decorative stitches, and how to put them all together, whimsicalstitch.com sells stitch guides and stitch concepts for Melissa Shirley Designs, Zecca Designs, and Patience Brewster. 43 guides are currently available and more are in the pipeline.
I hope you have the perfect spot for this stitch! Enjoy! (And, thank you again, Laura, for letting me "steal" this from you!)