Tagged: knot family

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danish knot

Also known as: Danish knotted stitch This is a simple, stand-alone knot. Danish knot can be used in plenty as a filing or scatter them around for decoration. Fig 1: As shown, bring the...

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Sorbello Stitch

This stitch looks like a series of crosses or Xs with a knot in between each X. Once you learn this stitch, you can experiment widely with this stitch by making various geometrical patterns...

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Reversed Palestrina Stitch

This stitch is worked similar to the Palestrina stitch but in an entirely reversed fashion. We work this from right to left. What was right becomes left and left becomes right. Top becomes bottom...

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Bullion Knot

Also known as: bullion stitch, caterpillar stitch, coil stitch, knot stitch, post stitch, worm stitch, Puerto Rico rose, grub knot This is an interesting stitch used to make simple motifs. I would say that...

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Scroll Stitch

This stitch reminds me more of a ‘wave’. Certainly, a gorgeous stitch to fill in patterns. It can also make beautiful looking borders or can be used as a decorative stitch in various embroideries....

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Coral Stitch

Also known as: German knot, Snail trail This stitch is done from right to left. The knots fall in between a trail of straight stitch. This stitch can be used for various different types...

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Colonial Knot

Also known as: Figure 8 Knot This knot looks pretty much like the French knot but has a different method of going about. While we wrap around twice in the same direction for the...