Tagged: outline stitch

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Japanese Stitch

This variation of stem stitch family looks like the satin stitch. The technique used is that of outline stitch, the only difference being that every successive stitch is made within a short gap difference....

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Split Back Stitch

This stitch looks similar to the split stitch, but flatter on the fabric. The technique followed is like the back stitch. This stitch is ideal for making outlines or even for laborious fillings. You...

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Padded Satin Stitch

This is satin stitch with a little embossed or dimensional look. This is because we first give the pattern a little padding at the base before doing the satin stitch. I will illustrate this...

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Satin Stitch

Also known as: Damask Stitch Satin stitch has a very easy procedure. What is difficult in this stitch is to maintain the neatness, especially on the sides of the pattern that is being filled....

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Bluework Lessons

This is just to give a feel on how bluework will look like. Bluework and redwork share the same history. Only that, bluework came as a successor to redwork when a new colorfast blue thread...

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Redwork Lessons

In this tutorial, the step by step process on how I went about finishing this design is mentioned. You may click on the stitch name to go to the lessons of those stitches. I...

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Redwork

Redwork also known as: Turkey red embroidery, Penny squares Bluework also known as: Blue redwork Embroidery sample: Redwork About Redwork Redwork embroidery, as simple as its name suggests, is embroidery with red cotton thread...

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Split Stitch

Split Stitch a very old stitch used for outlining and filling in colors for patterns. Looking back into history, the Split stitch has its popularity placed at a high during the medieval ages in...

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Cable Stitch

Also known as : Side to Side Stem Stitch This uses stem stitch and outline stitch alternately. The final effect is a line with a ‘bricked’ look. To make the logic clearer, I have...

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Outline Stitch

Also known as: Crewel Stitch, Stalk Stitch, Point de Cable As the name suggests, this stitch is used to mark outlines in an embroidery pattern. It is a flexible stitch that can follow easy...