Tagged: palestrina stitch

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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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Basque Knot

Also known as: Basque Loop Stitch, Knotted Loop Stitch, Knotted Pearl Stitch This stitch is worked from right to left and has a wider base with the knot falling on the stitch line. It...

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Pearl Knot Stitch

This stitch is a very simple stitch worked from right to left. Make these stitches close enough to see it look like like a string of pearls, which explains the name. I will be...

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Stitch Dictionary

The stitch dictionary is arranged in alphabetical order and will help you to go to a stitch directly. Just click on the alphabet given in the index to go to the stitch beginning with...

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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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Triple Palestrina Stitch

This stitch is just a Palestrina stitch with an extra knot on each knot. This makes the knot look bigger and fuller. You need to know the Palestrina stitch to be able to do...

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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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Palestrina Stitch

Also known as: double knot stitch, tied coral stitch, old English knot stitch, Smyrna stitch, twilling stitch, purl stitch Palestrina stitch has its origin in Italy. Many embroidery styles from Italy has Palestrina stitch...

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Palestrina Family

Palestrina stitch and its members draw their origin from Italy. This stitch forms an essential part of many of Italy’s ancient embroideries. The characteristic of this stitch is a knotted line. Usually, these knots...

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Knots Family

This family has interesting members. I am not sure if this can be called a ‘family’ or just a ‘category’. But through my research, I stumbled upon a lot of ‘knotted’ stitches and decided...