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Types of Embroidery Stitches - Satin Stitch

29 January, 2021 - 0 Comments

SATIN STITCH

1. SATIN STITCH

1. Draw out the shape you’re trying to fill. Use embroidery floss. Start by bringing your needle up from behind the fabric, along the pattern line. Re-insert your needle directly across from your last exit point.

2. Bring the needle up again just next to the opposite side of the initial stitch.

3. Repeat this process for the next stitch.

4. Keep the stitches close to one another, as required to fill the pattern or design you are working with.

2. PADDED SATIN STITCH

1. Using embroidery floss, backstitch follow the petal line.

2. Put a few stitches inside the outline to give a three-dimensional feel to the next stitch.

3. Around the middle of the petal, start diagonally satin stitching (to either direction.). Complete one whole side of the half before moving on the next half. While satin stitching, include the backstitch line from the previous step as well.

4. Finish the rest of the petal.

5. Using embroidery floss, backstitch follow the second petal line as well. (Start about 1mm away from the first petal.)

6. Put a few stitches inside the outline to give a three-dimensional feel to the next stitch.

7. In the same way as the first petal, complete one whole side of the half before moving on the next half.

8. Finish the rest of the petal. Repeat the same process until completing all petals.

3. RAISED SATIN-PETAL

1. Using embroidery floss, backstitch follow the petal line.

2. Around the middle of the petal, start diagonally satin stitching (to either direction.). Complete one whole side of the half before moving on the next half. While satin stitching, include the backstitch line from the previous step as well.

3. Finish the rest of the petal.

4. STITCH THE DAISY

1. Using embroidery floss, statin stitch follow the petal line. Horizontally stitch inwards toward the bud of the flower.  

2. As seen in the picture, satin stitch the flower with each leaf in the direction facing the center.

3. Finish the rest of the petal.

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