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Summer Stitch School Week 7: Sheaf Stitch

Summer Stitch School Week 7: Sheaf Stitch

This week’s stitch is the sheaf stitch. This is a great, little, two-step stitch that you might enjoy working into your embroidery. It’s sure fun to make, so grab your needles and some thread and give it a try! The stitch It’s not hard at all. First make 3 vertical straight stitches. Next bring up …

Summer Stitch School Week 5: Fly Stitch

Summer Stitch School Week 5: Fly Stitch

Another week flew by, so it’s time for another stitch school entry. This week is the fly stitch.  It’s not so uncommon as some of the others, so no doubt many of you are already familiar with it, but it’s one of my favorites, so here it is! This is another stitch formed in two …

Summer Stitch School Week 4: Burden Stitch

Summer Stitch School Week 4: Burden Stitch

Stem stitch, chain stitch, french knot; it isn’t often you come upon a stitch that is actually  named after someone.  The burden stitch is a very old stitch, used during the middle ages.  It was re-popularized by Elizabeth Burden, sister to the designer William Morris.  This stitch is useful because it can be used to …

Summer Stitch School Week 3: Raised Chain Band

Summer Stitch School Week 3: Raised Chain Band

Raised chain band is a nice stitch for adding lots of interest and texture to your projects. It is medium in difficulty, but really is quite easy to master. The stitch is made in two steps, so it lends itself quite readily to lots of variations. Step one is to make evenly spaced horizontal stitches …