Whip Stitch Applique

Whip Stitch Appliqué Instructions: Thread the needle and place a knot at the base of the thread. Place the piece to be appliquéd on top of the base fabric. Insert the needle up through the base fabric, lined up to the edge of the fabric being...

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Tacking Stitch

Tacking Stitch Instructions: Thread the needle and do not place a knot at the base of the thread. Insert the needle through the back of the fabric and pull through leaving a long piece of the thread tailing from the fabric. Moving the needle in...

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Back Stitch

Back Stitch Instructions:Starting with a knot in your thread pull your needle through from the back to the front of the fabric. This would be start point A.Make sure the thread is secure in the fabric. Insert the needle at point B. this will seem as if the...

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Whip Stitch

Whip Stitch Instructions: Thread the needle and place a knot at the base of the thread. Line up the two pieces of material to be sewn together. Insert the needle between the two pieces of felt and secure the knot at the top / start of the line...

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Lazy Daisy Stitch

Lazy Daisy Stitch: Thread the needle and place a knot at the base of the thread. Insert the needle through the back of the fabric and pull through until the knot is securely in place. Insert the needle back close to where the knot is positioned...

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Satin Stitch

Satin Stitch Decorative filler stitch for doll & softie faces. Satin Stitch Instructions: Starting with a knot in your thread pull your needle through from the back to the front of the fabric. Starting at the corner point of your pattern...

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Running Stitch

Running Stitch Instructions: Thread the needle and place a knot at the base of the thread. Insert the needle through the back of the fabric and pull through until the knot is securely in place. Moving the needle in a straight line forward poke...

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Chain Stitch

Chain stitch instructions: Thread the needle and place a knot at the base of the thread. Insert the needle through the back of the fabric and pull through until the knot is securely in place. Insert the needle back close to where the knot is...

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