Tagged: running stitch

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Eskimo Laced Edging

This stitch is decorative and one of the ways in which we can add to a simple running stitch to make it more interesting. You need to know the running stitch to be able...

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Sashiko Lesson 3

Continued from Sashiko Lesson 2 Patterns based on curves, single patterns and border patterns This lesson will familiarize you with patterns that are based on curves. It will also give you an idea on...

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Sashiko

About and history: The word literally means ‘little stabs’ in Japanese. Sashiko is a form of stitching used to anchor down layers of cloth used in making quilts. This form of stitching is geometrical...

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Straight Stitch

This is the most basic of the stitches. To know how to bring the needle in and out through the fabric is perhaps the most essential necessities of learning how to stitch. This tutorial...

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Straight Stitch Family

This is probably, the first stitch you need to know before learning any other embroidery stitches. It is a simple single stitch done by taking the needle in and then out of the fabric....

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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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Rice Stitch

Also known as: Point de Riz, Seeding stitch This stitch is just a chaos of single straight stitches used to fill patterns. Unlike the seed stitch, it does not follow any straight line or...

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Seed Stitch

Also known as: Rice grain stitch This stitch uses simple straight stitches in a single direction to fill in patterns. Visually, it is more or less like the darning stitch, but there is a...

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Pattern Darning: Non-Reversible

This kind of pattern is done over fabric that is used only on one side. For instance, a table cloth. Since the reverse side is not so important here, we need not concentrate much...

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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...