punto cadeneta

American Pie Designs by Melanie Pinney: How to Make Decorative Embroidery Stitches for Quilts and Applique

Aprende a bordar con estos tutoriales:   Punto atrás:         Punto de nudo:     Punto de cadeneta:     Punto de tallo:     Punto recto:   ...

Aprende a bordar con estos tutoriales: Punto atrás: Punto de nudo: Punto de cadeneta: Punto de tallo: Punto recto: ...

Back stitched chain stitch - hand embroidery tutorials

Back Stitched Chain Stitch

Puntada de Pekín o puntada china

The Forbidden Stitch in Chinese Embroideries: Peking Stitch or Chinese Stitch. First, a back stitch is laid down and then, with a blunt needle, the Pekinese Stitch itself is laced

Chain Stitch used in Hand Embroidery - GREAT tutorial videos for almost every stitch.:

Embroidery Stitch Video Tutorial: Chain Stitch

~this website has the best how-to videos for all kinds of embroidery stitches ♥ good video tutorial on chain stitch for beginners~

How-to // Work the Scroll Stitch

Learn Scroll Stitch for Embroidering Textured Lines

Scroll Stitch This beautiful surface embroidery stitch is worked by looping the thread under the needle as you stitch, creating a graceful scroll-like effect. It can mimic rippling water or waves when used in beach or water-themed embroidery projects.

Closed Blanket Stitch Embroidery How-To

closed blanket stitch - Thrust needle through cloth in a slanting position bring needle through the extreme edge of work. The second stitch is slanted in the opposite direction meets the first stitch, thus forming pairs of stitches that are closed at top

List of stitches, has some I haven't seen before. This one is detached blanket stitch. Glossary of Embroidery Stitches

need to do this to the blue blanket---- list of stitches, has some I haven't seen before. This one is detached blanket stitch. Glossary of Embroidery Stitches

S is for STEM STITCH (See CREWEL STITCH, OUTLINE STITCH, SOUTH KENSINGTON STITCH). One of the most frequently used outline stitches, forming a continuous line of overlapped stitches. Typically used to make narrow stems and veins of leaves. Information provided by BViz Design | bviz.com

S is for STEM STITCH (See CREWEL STITCH, OUTLINE STITCH, SOUTH KENSINGTON STITCH). One of the most frequently used outline stitches, forming a continuous line of overlapped stitches. Typically used to make narrow stems and veins of leaves. Information provided by BViz Design | bviz.com

Knotted Embroidery Stitches - From The "Samplers & Stitches" Handbook (By Mrs Archibald Christie, London 1920)

zig zag coral stitch, Knotted Embroidery Stitches - From The "Samplers & Stitches" Handbook (By Mrs Archibald Christie, London

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