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Châtelaine’s Online Class 79
© Martina Rosenberg – Design and Needlearts

Duisburg / Germany

“Butterfly Lace Mandala”
Class open from 01.11.2011 – 30.10.2012
Welcome to this new Châtelaine Online Class! I hope that you will enjoy the embroidery as well as the group ☺!
Instructions for working: (1 square in the main chart = two threads of the fabric)
Preparations and general hints (valid more or less for each Châtelaine Design) :
-- First secure the edges of your fabric pieces by zigzagging by machine or overcasting by hand.
You should consider marking the top and bottom edges of your fabric to prevent turning it through only 90° whilst stitching – this would make your stitches
look mixed up in direction. You can mark it by sewing on a button or by stitching a minute star on each of the two edges or you could use one of those
permanent markers on the very edges… These kaleidoscopic designs lends themselves to losing control of the direction of the stitches….and there is
nothing worse than the upper “legs” of cross stitches going in various directions when eventually looking at your finished cross stitched design!
How to break up a large design in smaller bits and pieces ?
Look for the very center of the fabric by folding it cross-wise and start embroidering from there with the center stitches of the pattern. Then you can
decide how to go on, whether to proceed to one of the borders or to stitch from the inner pattern to the outer – following your personal stitching
preference. As you see this design leads itself to starting with the center medaillon, then proceed to the scrolls and flowery borders. Add fairies in the
corners, hollyhocks and the lace “doilies” with dragonflies. Finally finish off with the outer border and ornaments.
Start stitching the cross stitches normally using two strands over two threads of the fabric- if other ways of stitching are necessary, it will be noted in this
instruction or in the diagrams. Metallics and perles are used as they are – one ply as they come from the cardboard or spool!
Fractals of cross stitches ( ¾ and ¼ stitches ) are used to smooth lines or emphasize shapes.
Decide yourself which color is the “more important” one – and this color is worked with the ¾ stitch then.
Half cross stitches are indicated by two tiny symbols of their color in two corners of the grid square.
When you connect the two symbols, you see the direction in which the half X shall go… stitch these with one ply of the thread only. You can pull these
half crosses to achieve a pulled-thread look, which can be very pretty as a background….
Cross Stitches “over one” are worked with one ply of the indicated thread over one thread only. You must stitch these as full crosses immediately as
otherwise the stitch can slip under weft or warp and diappear…
you can as well stitch a Tent Stitch or a half cross over one, but then use two plies to get the full coverage.
Backstitching is done with one ply of the recommended thread over two threads, if not noted otherwise.
The threads for Special Stitches are noted in the parts of this instruction later individually.
When using the stranded silks, it is useful to separate the single strands first and to re-unite the appropriate number of plies for the respective stitch – by
this you eliminate a tendency of knotting and twisting and you have the single threads parallel in your needle.
Cross stitches with variegated threads are always stitched individually: XXX and not /// first and \\\ on the travel back.
Only when finishing each cross as you go you will achieve the best effect from the variegation!
For help on enlarging the pdf files or parts of them, please join the FREE Châtelaine Support group at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chatelainedesignsupport/ -- there is a folder in the files, which gives plenty of help diagrams and text.
You can as well enlarge the Special Stitches diagrams in the instruction text – if you can not see the numbers or you need more detail – just enlarge !

First of all center your design on your piece of fabric and start stitching all those crosses.
You can decide if you stitch the Hibiscus flowers in the center ornament as charted, or if you like to
repeat one color scheme on all 4 sides….
For the BUTTERFLIES the “over one” version is charted on the main chart – the “over two” alternative
comes as an own chart in bw with attached own key, as the symbols can differ partially from those of
the butterflies on the main chart. Please be aware that the shape as well as the color detail of the
“over two” butterflies is not 100% identical to the petit-point version, which gives a more natural and
splendid look. But is of course more a “pain” to stitch…
I will now guide you through all the Backstitching and Special Stitches, starting in the
very center.
Scolls and leafs there are backstitched with PB 26. The long lines on the leafs work
as longer stitches, as an overlay over the previously worked crosses.
Diamond Eyelets are worked with one ply of DD 68 into every hole. Please see the schematical
diagram and do not forget to pull each leg to open that shared hole for the “lace” effect.

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Next Row of Special Stitches is done with Algerian Eyelets with two plies of GLO 017.
Again: pull !
Surround the larger scrolls and shapes now again with BS and
PB 26.
In each corner ornament work a Jessica Stitch using one long
ply of DD 11. (You can enlarge each stitch diagram the same way you
enlarge parts of the Chart – as they are PDF graphs too!)

The Dense Rhodes are stitched with one ply of DD 76.
The rectangular Rhodes there are stitched with three plies of GLO 017 to achieve a very
dimensional “brick” look !
Place the Bugle Beads there in such a manner, that they shape a row of glossy beads
and try to space them as evenly as possible.
For all Hibiscus flowers : Backstitch the lines around the petals with the darkest of the
colors used in that particular flower. Each center of the flower gets long stitches, at the
bottom with one ply of DMC 3722 – after the “kink” in DMC 744.
For the flowers with their heads towards the center: All stems and leafs are backstitched
with one ply of GLO 116. Flower heads are tiny Jessicas with one ply of DD 157.
Inside the frame work Rhodes Stitches with three plies of WL 244.
Backstitch the lines with PB 26.
The flowers on the outer side of the frame: Stems and leafs are here stitched with the
Rayon IR 149. The flower heads are the same as previously.
Lines for all butterflies are done with one ply of DMC 310.
All Blackwork patterns in the corners are done with one ply of GLO 017.
The same thread is used to backstitch around those leafs, which are filled with Special
Stitches. Work in each of these leafs as follows:Two Dense Rhodes stitches with one
ply of GLO 159.
Two Rice Stitches, with one plies of WL 226, the center tacking cross with two plies of
DD 168.The smaller leafs are each backstitched with one ply of DD 168, same thread for
the stem.Stems for the dark small leafs are stitched with one ply of GLO 017.
The filigree flowers and buds inside the outer frame are bs with one ply of GLO 017.
Inside the frame add Special Stitches as follows:
Diamond Eyelets with WL 226, one ply into each fabric hole.
Large Rhodes Stitches with three plies of WL 211 .
Large Algerian Eyelets with two plies of DD 142 into every hole. Pull !
In the corner ornaments work Algerian Eyelets with two plies of WL 226 into every other
hole.
The square is filled with small Algerian Eyelets using two plies of GLO 017 into every 2nd
hole, in the center and in the tip of the outer corner one large AE with PB 09. Same
thread to frame this AE in the square.
Flowers on the outer border: Stems and leafs are bs with one ply of WL 211.Use DD 157 for bs and
long stitching the petals.
Now sew on the many ☺ beads and crystals to make this piece the 2nd sparkliest Châtelaine Design
ever!

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Onl 79 - Butterfly Lace Mandala - Butterflies "over two"

ATTENTION:
Symbols for this extra chart for the over-two butterflies may differ from
symbols on main chart.

Design By: Martina Rosenberg / Châtelaine 2011
Copyright

Martina Rosenberg / Châtelaine 2011

Garnet med dk
Garnet dk
Cerise lt
Cerise dk
Mauve vy dk
Garnet vy dk
Violet vy dk
Purple dk
Blue Violet vy lt
Blue Violet med
Blue Violet dk
Cornflower Blue med
Delft dk
Royal Blue med
Royal Blue vy dk
Navy med
Navy Blue med dk
Blue med
Wedgewood lt
Electric Blue med
Electric Blue dk
Misty Blue lt
Misty Blue med
Turquoise lt
Grey Green med
Emerald Green vy lt
Emerald Green lt
Emerald Green med lt
Emerald Green med
Emerald Green vy dk
Pistachio Green med
Green
Green med
Green dk
Hunter Green med
Hunter Green dk
Fern Green dk
Green Grey med
Loden Green dk
Chartreuse
Christmas Green lt
Yellow Green lt
Khaki Green dk
Gold lt
Drab Brown vy dk
Hazelnut Brown lt
Topaz med
Topaz vy dk
Old Gold vy dk
Antique Gold med
Antique Gold dk
Mahogany lt
Flesh ultra dk
Brown lt
Coffee Brown ultra dk
Mocha Brown dk
Beaver Grey ultra dk
Black
Lavender lt

DMC
815
814
3806
3804
915
902
550
327
3747
3746
333
793
798
797
820
311
336
826
519
996
995
3766
807
959
926
954
913
912
911
3818
320
988
987
986
3346
3345
520
3052
3362
703
702
733
3011
833
610
422
782
780
3829
3821
3820
3776
632
434
938
3781
844
310
211

Black

310

Backstitch in:

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