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The stitches radiate from a central point and should be evenly spaced. 58 Borde r Stitches Loop Flat Vandyke 1 1 C B B ······ Other Name ······ Centipede stitch A ··········· Level ··········· Intermediate C ············ Uses ············ Straight and curved lines; illing for leaf shapes Ensure B and C are equidistant from A 2 A ············ Uses ············ Straight borders; gently curved outlines ········· Method ········· Overlapping pairs of extended cross stitches worked downwards ········· Method ········· Looped stitch worked horizontally D ······· Materials ······· Any fabric; any thread; blunt needle ··········· Level ··········· Intermediate E B 2 C ······· Materials ······· Any fabric; any thick embroidery thread D A E Work irst two stitches to form broad cross C Keep needle parallel to irst stitch 3 3 G Pass needle through fabric to maintain slant F E E 1 Start at A.
Loop the thread from left to right and insert the needle at B. Come up at C and pull the needle through the loop. Slide the needle under the thread to the left of A from bottom to top, and pull through gently. 2 Insert the needle at D and come up through the loop at E, as before. Repeat to continue. Make stitches small and compact to keep their shape ·········Technique Variation········· Work rosette chain in a circle to create a petalled lower motif. The stitches radiate from a central point and should be evenly spaced.
2 Take the needle down to D and insert, then come through at E. Repeat these two steps to continue. Shadow stitch is formed when closed herringbone stitch is worked on the reverse side of a semitransparent material. The design is outlined with back stitch and the crossed threads form a dense band of colour, which shows through the fabric. Mount fabric in a frame. B o rd er S ti tc h e s 55 Basket 1 Keep needle horizontal A C B Work backward stitches into holes made by previous stitches ··········· Level ··········· Advanced ············ Uses ············ Straight bands and borders; in rows as a illing ········· Method ········· Alternate forward and backward stitches, worked downwards between two parallel lines ······· Materials ······· Any fabric; stranded thread gives a smoother inish 2 1 Come up at A to make the forward stitch.