Twisted Lattice Band

This is a decorative stitch, which can be used as filling too. Technically, this follows the process of threaded herringbone stitch, only this time, between a row of double herringbone stitch.

You need to know the double herringbone stitch and the threaded herringbone stitch to be able to continue this tutorial.

Double Herringbone Stitch First, make a row of double herringbone stitch as the base.
Fig 1: Bring the needle out, with a contrasting colored thread, from the left end of the double herringbone row, as shown. Fig 2: Now, work a threaded herringbone stitch from left to right, on the upper half of the double herringbone stitch.
Fig 3: When you reach the right end of the row, turn your needle around, and work another threaded herringbone stitch from right to left ,on the lower half of the double herringbone stitch row. Fig 4: Use the same technique as in threaded herringbone stitch, to work from right to left, only this time, you will be working in inverse, or upside down.
Fig 5: Keep up with this procedure for the entire row. Fig 6: A finished line of twisted lattice band would look like this.
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  1. March 1, 2017

    […] cara de la tercera matrioska, que se ve en la foto de abajo, practiqué el caballito entrelazado (twisted lattice band), el couching con punto de perla (pearl stitch), la doble fila de hilván entrelazado y la […]

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