Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch is created by working a number of Satin stitches. Unlike Algerian Eye Stitch,  diamond shaped diagram is drawn. Diamond eyelet stitches are done around a central hole. A single hole should be used in all the stitches. And to have a better effect, pull the thread more so that the hole gets bigger.

 

The Process:

1. Pull out the threaded needle from the edges of the diagram.

2. Insert the needle in a central point.

3. Take the needle out from a different point on the line close to the previous point.

4. And insert the needle in the same central point.

The Picture guide:

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond Eyelet Stitch
Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

 

**Satin stitches: Satin stitch is used for filling. These are long straight stitches.

Outlined Diamond Eyelet:

This stitch is worked by stitching diamond eyelets, surrounded by diagonal satin stitches. Four or five outlined diamond eyelets together give an amazing look to any fabric. It creates a unique design.

The diagram:

Outlined diamond eyelet stitch
Outlined diamond eyelet stitch

The picture guide:

Outlined diamond eyelet stitch
Outlined diamond eyelet stitch
The complete Look
The complete Look

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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