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* the pictures are dark due to bad lighting ( the sun is playing hide and seek)         3. Open Fishbone Stitch                          4...

* the pictures are dark due to bad lighting ( the sun is playing hide and seek) 3. Open Fishbone Stitch 4...

(1) Anna Scott : Blanket stitch leaves - part one | Embroidery

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(1) Anna Scott : Blanket stitch leaves - part one | Embroidery

Royce's Hub: Embroidery Stitches For Leaves : Fishbone Stitch and Variations - 2

Royce's Hub: Embroidery Stitches For Leaves : Fishbone Stitch and Variations - 2

* the pictures are dark due to bad lighting ( the sun is playing hide and seek)         3. Open Fishbone Stitch                          4...

* the pictures are dark due to bad lighting ( the sun is playing hide and seek) 3. Open Fishbone Stitch 4...

Tal como os prometí en el post anterior sobre la bastilla, hoy os traigo las diferentes formas en qué el punto de bastilla se puede realizar para bordar y que, como podréis ver, son muchas y muy re…

Tal como os prometí en el post anterior sobre la bastilla, hoy os traigo las diferentes formas en qué el punto de bastilla se puede realizar para bordar y que, como podréis ver, son muchas y muy re…

I ❤ embroidery . . . Fishbone Stitch Video Tutorial~ The fishbone stitch is an easy hand embroidery stitch that works great for creating filled leaves and petal shapes. You can use the stitch for other applications, too, but the fishbone stitch is most often seen as a filling for leaves. This is because it creates a satin-stitch-like filling, with a natural spine down the center. The thread used for that leaf is cotton floche, a wonderfully soft hand embroidery thread.

Fishbone Stitch Video Tutorial

I ❤ embroidery . . . Fishbone Stitch Video Tutorial~ The fishbone stitch is an easy hand embroidery stitch that works great for creating filled leaves and petal shapes. You can use the stitch for other applications, too, but the fishbone stitch is most often seen as a filling for leaves. This is because it creates a satin-stitch-like filling, with a natural spine down the center. The thread used for that leaf is cotton floche, a wonderfully soft hand embroidery thread.

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