Rhiannon Murray-Smith

Rhiannon Murray-Smith

Rhiannon Murray-Smith
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Georgia Hardinge Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-To-Wear

Georgia Hardinge Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-To-Wear

Twisted Chain Stitch - Hand embroidery tutorials

Twisted chain stitch is a variation of chain stitch. This border stitch is very similar to rope stitch. So knowing this will help us stitch the rope stitch.

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or add extra stitches and beads for a CQ block.

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or a

Bordados

--- clever idea to sew small tack stitches and then run thread through them. Easier to create complex shapes.