Reverse Chain Stitch

Reverse Chain Stitch

Reverse chain Stitch looks almost same as chain stitch. The difference is in the way of doing the stitches. The regular chain stitch is done from bottom to top but the reverse chain stitch is done from top to bottom. That’s why this stitch is named as “reverse chain stitch”.

The process:

1. BringĀ out the the threaded needle.

2. Make a small straight stitch. Instead of straight stitch, a lazy daisy can also be used for starting the reverse chain stitch.

3. Pull out the needle through a parallel point forward to the straight stitch.

4. Pass the thread under the straight stitch.

5. Take the needle in through the same point from where the needle came up.

6. Pull out the needle forward to the new stitch.

7. Pass the thread under theĀ latest stitch and poke it in to the same point from where the needle came up.

The picture guide:

Reverse Chain Stitch Reverse Chain Stitch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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