Running stitch is the most basic of stitches – up at A, down at B; It can look the same on both sides of the work or you can vary the stitch lenghts, but be careful not to pull too tightly as some fabrics will bunch or gather if …
The “overhand knot” is a common way of tying the ends of thread when hand sewing. It is also useful for keeping threads grouped, like when making a braid, or for tying off weaving warp threads for fringe. It is often permanent or very difficult to untie, and can be used to keep yarns and Read More
The outline stitch and the stem stitch are very similar. For the outline stitch you keep your thread about the needle. The stem stitch is done with the thread below the needle
White Ladies Moccasin Kit Native American Plains Indian Style Deerskin
Running Stitch - From the back of the fabric, pull the needle up at A and insert it back into fabric at B; pull the needle up again at C and insert it back into the fabric at D. Continue in the same manner, loading several stitches on needle at a time.