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Binobi Thousandteeth aka The Pack Leader - carved bone, fantasy viking scandi

The stitches need some consideration and the contemporary ones were: stem-stitch, outline-stitch, threaded running-stitch, running stitch, split-stitch, chain-stitch, couching, and surface couching.    The latter was the main method of filling in large areas on the Bayeux tapestry and is also known as the 'laid and couched technique'. As this stitch is not often found in books on embroidery an explanation follows. Threads are laid over a given area and packed together to give a massed effect…

Couching was the main method of filling in large areas on the Bayeux tapestry and is also known as the 'laid and couched technique'. Threads are laid over a given area and packed together to give a massed effect (Fi

Vegetal Vine A in Urnes Style — Urnes style chain pattern of vines inspired by the stone carvings at Vreta Monastery.

Vegetal Vine A in Urnes Style — Urnes style chain pattern of vines inspired by the stone carvings at Vreta Monastery.

Vegetal Vine (A) in Mammen Style – Mammen style chain pattern of a vegetal vine inspired by the openwork wood carvings found in the North Mound of the monument site in Jelling, Denmark.

Vegetal Vine (A) in Mammen Style – Mammen style chain pattern of a vegetal vine inspired by the openwork wood carvings found in the North Mound of the monument site in Jelling, Denmark.