Interlaced Running Stitch

This variety incorporates laced running stitch, taken both ways along the running stitch, to give it a final ‘chain’ look.

Lay the foundation by doing a running stitch.
Follow the instructions of laced running stitch to get a laced running stitch pattern
Fig 1: Bring another thread out from near the first stitch and the needle under it from the bottom. Fig 2: Now take the needle under the second stitch from the top. Continue this action of taking the needle under each stitch from the top and bottom alternately.
Fig 3: A finished line of interlaced running stitch would look like this.
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20 Responses

  1. Tres Louis India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Hi Sara

    I am teaching my nine-year old daughter embroidery from this site. Everything is systematic and clear. All the more she is interested in the new hobby.
    Thanks a lot for sharing and helping us make memories.

    Tres

    • sarah India Google Chrome Windows says:

      Dear Tres,

      We are so glad that our website is helping your daughter in finding a new hobby. I hope she enjoys it as much as learning it with you.
      You can upload some of her work here on our website and share it with the other learners.

      Kind regards,
      Sarah

      P.S. Please excuse my late late response. I was caught in travels and some wedding preparations in the family. But, I wanted to respond as soon as I got a chance.

  2. neelima India Safari  Android 4.0 says:

    Hello Sarah, I really want to learn more about chikankari especially….the jali work. Its so beautiful. Plz add a tutorial about it.

  3. Pushpa krishna murthy India Google Chrome Windows says:

    This stitch is really beautiful. It is simple but looks elegant. Thanksa lot.

  4. asif Bangladesh Google Chrome Windows says:

    Your tutorials are too good Sarah… I was wondering why I didn’t get to you earlier.

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