Tagged: twisted chain stitch

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Butterfly Chain Stitch

This decorative stitch is a series of twisted chain stitch run over a bunch of straight stitches. The overall visual effect is that of a sheaf or a butterfly. Usually, 3 straight stitches are...

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Oyster Stitch

Oyster stitch is complex looking but in fact easy. It is a combination of a single rosette stitch loop and the lazy daisy. This stitch is where lazy daisy stitch encircles the rosette stitch...

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Rope Stitch

Rope stitch is probably the richest looking embroidery stitch of this family. It follows a series of closed up twisted chain stitches to form an embossed rope look. You need to know the twisted...

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Rosette Stitch

This is a wonderful looking stitch. Each loop drops vertically from the stitch line, instead of lying on it. The way the loop is twisted gives it a knotted effect and a complicated look....

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Barred Chain Stitch

To do this stitch, you should be aware of the chain stitch and twisted chain stitch. Barred chain stitch is just a sequence of these two stitches alternating each other. I would be following...

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Alternating Twisted Chain Stitch

To do this stitch, you should be aware of the twisted chain stitch. This stitch is a series of twisted chain loops. The difference is that the stitches are placed on the left and...

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Twisted Chain Stitch

In this stitch, each loop in the sequence will look like the ‘red ribbon’. To achieve this, we always put in the needle on the left of the previous stitch point. This slight ‘dislocation’...