The “twisted” variety of Chain Stitch. Each of these stitches look like small knots. It is started from the left of the previous stitch. The change in the starting point creates a twist in the leg of the stitches.
Knowing the Chain Stitch is a must to learn the Twisted Chain Stitch. It looks beautiful in embroidering the edges of any design.
1. Pull out the threaded needle through A
2. Partially insert the needle through a point, positioned left to the point A
3. Pull out the needle through B
4. Without pulling out the needle entirely, pass the thread from left to right
5. Continue the process.
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