This stitch can be tricky at first, but practise will make you a pro in
no time. As since it is such a unique stitch, I think it's well worth
Bring the needle up through the fabric where you want the bullion stitch to attach to.
Push the needle through the fabric about 1/4" away from where you came
up. (Do not pull your needle all the way through.) This should be placed
where you want the stitch to end. Bring your needle up through your
original hole. Again, leave your needle woven in the fabric.
we wrap thread around a needle how many times you want so the stitch to have a good lent
Hold the wraps against your fabric with the thumb of one hand, while you
gently pull the needle through the wraps and the hole it is in. This is
the hardest part of the stitch and something you'll get more comfortable
with after some practise. Gently work the thread until the wraps are
laying flat on your fabric.
Now you move to the next stitch
There are some examples of using this beautiful stitch.
Happy crafting all
one of my favourite stitches the bullion and a good tutorial you have shared todayReplyDelete
Thanks Margaret, The pictures are not very good as I was asking my daughter to do some for me I could not hold the work and camera in same time and been in a bit of hurry to do it for a friendDelete
Ce broderie frumoasa!Si ai aplicat lantisor crosetat!Nu mai stiu pe cate ochiuri faceam??!5 si luam de 3 ori intr-un ochi?ReplyDelete