With a number of Twisted Chain Stitch, the Rope Stitch is created. As the space of the Twisted Chain Stitches are minimum, that is why this version of Chain Stitch gives a rich and embossed look to the surface of the fabric.
Like Chain Stitch, Barred Chain Stitch follows curves and straight lines. It is a easy to do stitch and can be done on any fabric. Although it can be worked using any thread, I prefer the cotton ones. The stitch’s look depends on the design and different spacing will create different appearance.
Alternating Barred Chain Stitch is almost same as Barred Chain Stitch. The only difference is after each Chain Stitch, the direction of Twisted Chain stitches will change .
Just like the Whipped version of Running Stitch, Back Stitch and Stem Stitch, Whipped Chain Stitch is a variation of Chain Stitch. It is done over basic line of Chain Stitch. A same colored thread or different colored thread is walked along each chain stitch of the line […]
To work on Rosette Chain Stitch, we need to know Twisted Chain Stitch. It has similarities with Oyster Stitch. This variation of Chain Stitch is generally done in straight or curved lines. The challenge I felt while doing this stitch was, if you draw the thread too much the small twisted chain stitches will loose […]
Open Chain Stitch is done in two lines. If space is left between the two lines, it gives a ladder like look. But, it can also be done without leaving any space in between. This will give this variation of chain stitch more congested look. Decorative stitches or decorative items like beads can be added within […]
A beautiful stitch with the liberty of making changes to the height of the stitch. Yes, Crested Chain Stitch it is! Best used as borders, this stich combines Chain Stitches and little knots on top of them. The distance between the chain stitches and knots can be changed to bring variation to the texture and look […]
The Wheatear Stitch is another variation of Chain Stitch. It incorporates chain stitches with little diagonal straight stitches. This resembles to wheat stalks when embroidered in straight or curved lines. Single Wheatear Stitches are known as Detached Wheatear Stitch. The Process 1. Pull out the threaded needle through A in the fabric. 2. Now, make two […]
Bull’s Head Stitch is also known as Tete De La Boeuf stitch. As the name suggests it looks similar to the head of the bull. A row of these stitches can create a beautiful border. I have combined Bull’s head stitch and zigzag cable chain stitch to create a beautiful border design for one of […]
The “twisted” variety of Chain Stitch. Each of these stitches look like small knots. It is started from the left of the previous stitch. The change in the starting point creates a twist in the leg of the stitches. Knowing the Chain Stitch is a must to learn the Twisted Chain Stitch. It looks beautiful in […]