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