Arrowhead stitch is created with two diagonal straight stitches. The end points of the diagonal straight stitches meet in the middle. It can be used for the filling effects. It can be used for creating decorative borders of fabrics too. It seemed to be easy to do. But, like all other stitches, finishing does matter in this one too. Arrowhead stitch does not make any certain shape like Algerian Eye stitch or Diamond Eyelet Stitch,
1. Pull the threaded needle out through the fabric.
2. Leave some space and insert the needle diagonally under the previous point.
3. Pull the needle through a point which is parallel to the first point. (Through which the needle was pulled through the fabric for the first time.)
4. Insert the needle through the same point, where the needle was inserted before.
The picture guide:
Now lets do the Arrowhead stitch.
Threaded Arrowhead Stitch
While doing this Threaded Arrowhead Stitch, we got to weave another thread along the the Arrowhead stitches. And we will have to create knots in every end. Have a look.