Tulip Stitch

Tulip Stitch

Tulip stitch is a super easy and fun to do stitch. The stitch looks like a small cute tulip which is why the name is used. This is one the detached stitches in the chain stitch family. Although I’m saying it’s a detached stitch I certainly do not mean it cannot be worked together. It looks beautiful in both the cases. It’s up to the embroiderer how she /he uses this stitch. However, while doing curves I find it difficult to do but if the spacing can be maintained properly, it is one of a kind.

The process:

  1. Start with a Lazy Daisy Stitch from starting from A to B.
  2. Pull out the threaded needle through C.
  3. Pass it through B.
  4. Insert the needle in the fabric at D, opposite to C.
  5. The finished stitch is Tulip stitch!

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