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Embroidery: learn the stitch

Embroidery: learn the stitch



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The rod stitch is used in embroidery to embroider lines and in particular to make flower stems. This point is worked from left to right in the following way. 1. Poke the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric in A and take it out from the right side.
2. Then stitch a few millimeters further to the right of the previous point at B, then bring out the needle back at C. Point C should be located just above and halfway between the line AB.
3. Poke the needle at D and exit at E making sure that the stitch is the same length as the previous stitch.
4. Repeat the previous step to make other stitches.