Tagged: satin 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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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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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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Encroaching Satin Stitch

This type of satin stitch is used to cover a larger area of the pattern. This allows smaller and tighter satin stitches to be used instead of long and saggy ones. The pattern is...

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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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Whipped Satin Stitch

Like many other whipped stitches, a contrasting thread is ‘whipped’ over the satin stitch. You need to know the Satin Stitch to be able to do this stitch. Fig 1: First, lay the foundation...

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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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Satin Stitch Family

Satin stitch is probably one of the most beautiful stitches when done properly. It is equally difficult in certain ways. This family of stitches focusses on filling a motif using a series of stitches...