Kanaviçe

Kanaviçe

Drawn Thread Embroidery: Bunching threads together with a chain loop

Drawn Thread Embroidery: Chain Loop Bunches

Drawn Thread Embroidery: Bunching threads together with a chain loop

Bordando.a mano

Bordando.a mano

Such an unusual stitch. Great tutorials on this site...maybe some day I'll try it.

Such an unusual stitch. Great tutorials on this site...maybe some day I'll try it.

Il Piacere del ricamo: gennaio 2012

Il Piacere del ricamo: gennaio 2012

Embroidery joining together the two sides of a Cap of St Birgitta

Embroidery joining together the two sides of a Cap of St Birgitta

DIY PROJECT: CHAIN OF HEART NAPKINS                                                                                                                                                      More

DIY PROJECT: CHAIN OF HEART NAPKINS More

Brodösens blogg: PÅSÖM  Sybågar är bra grejer. De är inte bara fina...

Brodösens blogg: PÅSÖM Sybågar är bra grejer. De är inte bara fina...

2 o 2 Anna Scott : 2. You then continue down the leaf shape in Cretan stitch. The needle goes to the back on the outer edge and comes to the front next to the centre vein - as close as possible to the previous stitch and inside the thread loop. It is important also to keep stitches really close together at the outer edges. I push the needle tip up against the previous stitch almost at the op of it, otherwise the angle of the stitches will 'flatten' as you near the base.

2 o 2 Anna Scott : 2. You then continue down the leaf shape in Cretan stitch. The needle goes to the back on the outer edge and comes to the front next to the centre vein - as close as possible to the previous stitch and inside the thread loop. It is important also to keep stitches really close together at the outer edges. I push the needle tip up against the previous stitch almost at the op of it, otherwise the angle of the stitches will 'flatten' as you near the base.

20130507_091441

20130507_091441

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