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 their original shape. This stitch can be used as flowery borders or circled designs or beautiful curves in any elaborate designs.
1. Pull out the threaded needle through A and do a Twisted Chain Stitch at B-C.
2. Now, run the threaded needle in between the points A and B that is, run the thread under the right leg and over the left leg of twisted chain stitch.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 till the end of the embroidery.
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