Welcome back for another round of freemotion tutorials! This is the last of the posts dedicated to the WISHBONE pattern variations, but there will be more tutorials, do not worry! I have a whole set of ideas planned out concerning the RIBBON CANDY pattern. Endless possibilities!
Some of you may have noticed that somewhere in the blogposts, I skipped tutorial number 18. Oops! So…. here is then; an elegant curl variation. You backtrack a little bit in this variation to add the little curl inside of the loop. Click on this LINK to be directed to YouTube for the animated drawing.
Now back to our regular programming… number 23! A whimsical free flowing variation that looks like a peach with its leaf when you create round loops. If you stitch more oval loops, the shapes look more like the letter ‘e’. Click on this LINK to be directed to YouTube for the animated drawing.
This next tutorial is a little bit wacky. To me, it looks like cherries and their little stalks. What would you name this pattern? Click on this LINK to be directed to YouTube for the animated drawing.
Number 24 is a cuty! I see the heads of ducklings… ducks in a row, right?! Click on this LINK to be directed to YouTube for the animated drawing.
This last one in the series of wishbone variations is one of my absolute favorites! I have named it ‘Braid’ because it looks like a braid of hair or a bow made from a ribbon. You need to create your loops a bit more triangular to make to be able to recreate this look. Click on this LINK to be directed to YouTube for the animated drawing.
THAT IS A WRAP on the 26 Wishbone tutorials and its variations.
I can’t wait to share the ribbon candy tutorials with you all! Until then.
Thank you, I’ve been following along on IG. It’s great to have these in my inbox to save!
Hello! You are so generous to do this series and I have enjoyed each and every post. I am looking forward to ribbon candy. I struggle with that – keeping the circles round and uniform. ~smile~ Roseanne
It does look like ducks, but as I was tracing it, I was thinking tulips! I’m looking forward to trying out some variations when I get another practice piece pinned on. Thanks for sharing this and doing so much work for us to see.
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