Edge stitch

Enhance your sewing projects with these creative and versatile edge stitch ideas. Learn how to add a professional touch to your garments and crafts with these simple techniques.
Learn how to blanket stitch on felt or other fabrics for pretty edging. Video   tutorial show to hand sew one or more layers on a straight or round edge. Sewing, Ladder Stitch, Blanket Stitch, Sewing Stitches, Sewing Hacks, Patrones, Hand Sewing, Free Sewing, Invisible Stitch

Over the past few years I've been hand sewing much more. Machine sewing is fast and professional-looking, but these days I often prefer sewing by hand for its slow, meditative quality. It's relaxing and also portable, meaning I can work on it wherever I go. Today I'm focusing on one of my favorite hand stitches

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Rossana Broggi
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The whole idea of Stitch Fun is to explore some of the more obscures stitches or to explore more obscure – but fun! – ways of using common stitches. Today’s Stitch Fun is a more obscure way of using a fairly well-known stitch, the Palestrina stitch. Palestrina stitch is one of my all-time favorite embroidery ...

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Joan Boring
Presenting the Blanket Stitch Family - part 1. Simple open loops can make so much! Here is part 1 of this beautiful family. Blanket Stitch began as a way to secure the edges of unsewn blankets. The stitch is simple to do and gives a decorated look. With time, this stitch was experimented with in hand embroidery, and it gave rise to different variations and styles of this stitch. Make them on edges, borders, outlines and even fillings! What more could you ask for!? Quilts, Quilting, Crochet, Embroidery Patterns, Patchwork, Quilt Stitching, Blanket Stitch, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Cross Stitch Embroidery

Presenting the Blanket Stitch Family - part 1. Simple open loops can make so much! Here is part 1 of this beautiful family. Blanket Stitch began as a way to secure the edges of unsewn blankets. The stitch is simple to do and gives a decorated look. With time, this stitch was experimented with in hand embroidery, and it gave rise to different variations and styles of this stitch. Make them on edges, borders, outlines and even fillings! What more could you ask for!?

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