Looped Running Stitch

This stitch is just a variety of the running stitch, which I have named. It incorporates the technique of Chinese stitch or Pekinese stitch. This is a very decorative stitch and can be experimented with threads of various colors over borders. Close layers of this stitch can create wonderful effects on a pattern.

You need to know the running stitch before doing this stitch. The knowledge of the Pekinese stitch will be very helpful.

 

Fig 1: Lay the foundation by doing a running stitch.
Take a contrasting colored thread and bring it out from near the first running stitch.
Fig 2: Start following the pekinese stitch technique. Take the needle in through the second stitch and come out through the first, making a loop.
Fig 3: Continue this action of โ€˜loopingโ€™ using the running stitch foundation, as illustrated.
Fig 4:ย Finish up the pattern for it to look like this.
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  1. Federica Italy Google Chrome Windows says:

    thanks for sharing it is very helpful for me. i’m a Newbie in embroidery ๐Ÿ™‚

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