Saturday, September 8, 2007

9 comments:

Barbara said...

I'm one of those types that need a diagram. I'd love to see how this works to avoid bulges on the backside. ;)

Patti said...

You are gonna hate me because I copied your idea and posted on my blog the Pinhead Stitch directions including the diagrams but I have been using this method for ages and ages and it is simply wonderful. If you want to insert the diagrams into your posting just email me and I'll send them to you. Sorry about the lack of emails but I am still sick :0( Lots of love Patti xxx

Mindi said...

Thanks for the tip, I went ahead and got the diagram from the website that posted it. I've been wanting to try this, but I'm not sure how it will work with only 1 strand of floss.

Rachel said...

I LOVE the pinhead. Been using it for years.

Barbara said...

The diagrams are brilliant! Thank you, thank you!

Becky K in OK said...

Thank you for posting this information. I've used the pinhead to begin, but didn't know how to end. A very good tip.

Carol said...

Liz Turner Diehl taught us this at CATS last year - I use it all the time now. Those diagrams are great - thanks for sharing!!

Nelapx said...

Buenas tardes, es un placer conocele, gracias por tan bellos comentarios a mi regalo para Nicki,
Sobre el pinhead, le comento la version de Mayte es mucho mejor, lamentablemente por derecho de autor, no puedo explicarle, pero puede solicitar informacion a ella, es una seƱora con mucha experiencia tecnica a quien recomiendo a ojos cerrado.

Nelapx said...

links pinhead Mayte variation (no grafics)
http://home.comcast.net/~bethkatz/stitch/pinhead.html
blog Mayte
http://magicxstitch.blogspot.com/