By Debbie Bliss
12 вязаных спицами моделей для детей.
Book of 12 designs utilizing Debbie Bliss child Cashmerino. dimension diversity from 0-2 years.
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2 Pull the needle over the working thread to form a small knot at the base of the stitch. Insert the needle at D and bring it up at E to make the next stitch. Repeat this step to continue. Scroll 1 ······ Other Name ······ Single knotted line stitch ··········· Level ··········· Intermediate Hold down loop as thread is pulled through A B C Do not pull thread too tightly ············ Uses ············ Decorative outlines ········· Method ········· Looped knot stitch ······· Materials ······· Any fabric; irm, nonstranded embroidery thread; frame Wrap thread under both ends of needle 1 Start at A.
Bring the point out at C, so that it lies at an angle. Wrap the working thread clockwise under the needle. 2 Pull the needle through gently, keeping the loop in shape. Insert at D and bring the point through at E, so that the needle lies at the same angle used for the previous stitch. Repeat the sequence to continue. 2 E C D Border Stitches his is the largest, most widely used group of stitches and includes lat, looped and knotted techniques. Border stitches are used to create broad, decorative straight lines, frames, and edgings.
Use a blunt needle for any interlacing and mount the fabric in an embroidery frame, so that the stitches do not become distorted. 42). Bring the lacing thread out at A. Slide the needle upwards beneath B, then pass it downwards under C. Draw the thread up gently and continue lacing to the end of the row. 60) with the upright stitches pointing inwards. Bring the lacing thread out at A. Slide the needle under B, then beneath C. Continue lacing to the end of the row. 42), starting the bottom row with a half-length stitch.