Tagged: fishbone stitch

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Basket Stitch

This stitch is useful, especially if you want to fill broad stems. The weaves come out beautifully making it an interesting stitch to do, especially with threads like Perle cotton or silk. The curves...

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Picture Dictionary

This picture dictionary will help you to identify the stitches even if you don’t know the names! Choose from a menu of stitches below, just click over the picture and go to directly to...

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Open Fishbone Stitch

This stitch is visually similar to the opened fishbone stitch but differs technically. This kind of stitch takes a more thread than the opened fishbone stitch. I will be working on a leaf design,...

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Flat Stitch

This stitch has technical similarities to the fishbone stitch and the opened fishbone stitch. The difference is that this stitch cannot give sharp ends, and therefore, is not ideal for leaves with tapering ends....

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Opened Fishbone Stitch

This stitch is similar to the fishbone stitch, with a requirement to divide the pattern into two. The difference is that the stitches in the center of the pattern do not fall on the...

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Fishbone Stitch

This is a kind of filling stitch which is ideal for making leaves or feathers. It requires us to divide the pattern into two and each side is filled alternately giving it a plaited...

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Fishbone Stitch Family

Fishbone stitch of family deals with filling patterns by dividing the pattern into two parts. The stitch is then done on each part of the pattern alternately. The final effect of the stitch would be a rib-like...