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Illustrated Cross stitch, Needlecraft and Embroidery glossary. Section M: Macedonian stitch to Mylar

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If you love embroidery, you won’t miss this DIY embroidery technique, the flowers are a creative extension of french knot that looks pretty whether you use thread or yarn. They are great for handmade bedding, garment, curtains and more.

Turkey Stitch (also known as Velvet Stitch & Ghiordes Knot) : A long looped thread is anchored to the fabric with tiny stay stitches. Turkey stitch is a wonderful versatile stitch when you want to add a fluffy texture in your design. Make stitches close together when filling in shapes for a cat's fur or further apart when filling in foliage, etc. Note: in some instruction it suggests using a knitting needle or similar to wind your thread around to ensure your loops are of even length.

Turkey Stitch (also known as Velvet Stitch & Ghiordes Knot) : A long looped thread is anchored to the fabric with tiny stay stitches. Turkey stitch is a wonderful versatile stitch when you want to add a fluffy texture in your design. Make stitches close t

Braid Stitch

this stitch would work out great with thicker yarn (or strands of floss) and smaller loops (as shown in diagram, not as demonstrated in the site) Useful for vines as it takes curves easily.

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