Whipped Satin Stitch

Like many other whipped stitches, a contrasting thread is ‘whipped’ over the satin stitch.

You need to know the Satin Stitch to be able to do this stitch.

Fig 1: First, lay the foundation by doing satin stitch. Use a contrasting colored thread to ‘whip’ over the satin stitch. Bring the needle out through A and take it diagonally into B. Then, bring out through C which lies vertically below B, and continue the process of whipping. Fig 2: After finishing the finished pattern would look like this.
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  1. Lucky India Internet Explorer Windows says:

    hai sarah di,

    My name is lucky. i have been searching in web for a weekto know how to do handstiching and all.i knew stiching a bit cos ma mom used to stich.but she use the sewing machine…but i was interested in hand stiching….and today accidently i happend to see ur tutorials and i must say it awsome…i cant explain… and am gona try all ur stiching style for sure…..

    • sarah India Internet Explorer Windows says:

      Dear Lucky,
      I am happy to have this comment from you. This tutorial was made especially for beginners like you, and having to hear that you found it good to learn from makes all the effort worthwhile. Enjoy learning from our pages and keep us updated on how your lessons are coming out to be. 🙂

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