Woven Circle

This is a decorative stitch that can be done easily on any form of fabric. This stitch includes β€˜ weaving’ a circle between four straight stitches. This stitch can be incorporated between any other stitch that has straight stitches, like, between a group of cross stitches.

Fig 1: First, stich four staright stitches, with a gap between them, as illustrated. Fig 2: Now, bring the needle out from the inner end of one of the straight stitches.
Take the needle around beneath the remaining straight stitches, as shown. Do not pluck the fabric underneath.
Fig 3: Now, go around the second time, under each straight stitch. Fig 4: Come back to teh point from where we started. End it by taking the needle into the point from where it emerged the first time, as shown.
Fig 5: The woven circle would look like this.
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  1. Linda K United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    You do an excellent job of describing stitch steps and the pictures are clear and easy to follow. It’s a joy to learn new stitches from you. Thanks!

  2. christine Philippines Google Chrome Windows says:

    your works are very wonderful.. and aside from that it really helps in my project (about the information and pics on it)..keep it up…thanks.

  3. zainab United Arab Emirates Google Chrome Windows says:

    hi sarah
    i just love embroidery and for the first time i came across ur website and i just looooved it.thank u so much for all the detailed stitches and all about their families.all the best.

  4. rasha India Google Chrome Windows says:

    nice photos

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