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Bullion knot stitch | Di van Niekerk  Bullion knot stitch, more prominent than a French knot, is most effective when you require a dense, rounded petal or stamen. Use one stitch for a single stamen or work them close together to form rosettes.

Bullion knot stitch Di van Niekerk Bullion knot stitch, more prominent than a French knot, is most effective when you require a dense, rounded petal or stamen. Use one stitch for a single stamen or work them close together to form rosettes.

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Use left over wools to make this beautiful rug or center piece.

thanks. mine always turn out  just a little lumpy

This is how you get really smooth, lovely satin stitches. Outline in split or chain stitch, fill in the area with chain or long & short stitches, and then do the satin stitch. The underlying stitches support the satin stitch and help it to lay smoothly.

Especial Recursos para Emprendedores Alma Singer 2015 / Alma Singer

Especial Recursos para Emprendedores Alma Singer 2015 / Alma Singer