Puntos BASICOS de Bordados: punto de cruz, cadeneta.....

CC of Suestreehouse has posted a scan of a vintage embroidery-stitch primer. If you’re just getting started or if you could use a brush-up on basic stitches, CC has got you covered!

Puntos BASICOS de Bordados: punto de cruz, cadeneta.....

CC of Suestreehouse has posted a scan of a vintage embroidery-stitch primer. If you’re just getting started or if you could use a brush-up on basic stitches, CC has got you covered!

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Wonderful embroidered leaf tutorial Embroidering Leaves Originally pinned by Manka Minta onto Embroidery (free patterns & ideas).

Tutorial. Coser una hoja V

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.

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. 1. Stitch up at A. 2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. 3. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop. 4. Stitch down at C, holding the loop of thread in place. 5. The finished petal looks like this. 6. Make more stitches in a circle.

Lazy Daisy Stitch

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. Stitch up at A. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop.


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