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Here’s an easy way to fancy-up a basic outline stitch. Try it with two colors of thread like I show in the video – it’s a fun look!
Take a look at this video showing how to sew a whipped running stitch or backstitch for a slightly different look.
Thank you so much!
It´ s a great explication
I love embroidering and sewing
Hugs from Spain
I never think of doing cute stuff like this stitch! Thanks!
You have really good explanations. I really like your suggestion of using a tapestry needle.
Hi Wendi – how do you finish/tie off these super cute threaded stitches?
The same way I would finish off any other stitching – it doesn’t require any special handling. You can see a video at wendigratz(dot)blogspot(dot)com/2011/08/how-to-tie-off-thread-on-back-of-your(dot)html
OH, this is so nice! Thank you, Wendy.