French knot

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a stitch made by looping the thread several times around the needle before inserting it into the fabric

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For children under 3, apply french knots or satin stitches for the eyes in lieu of using plastic safety eyes.
Each wore a strapless black shantung silk gown by Siri with a fitted bodice of small French knots and A-line skirt with a crystal brooch given by the bride.
Susan Welsh's needlepoint pillows with exaggerated French knots are selling well for Goodwin Weavers, which licenses approximately 18 major artists.
To finish, add French knots at 1/2-inch intervals around cushion's perimeter.
Using green floss and French knots, stitch eyes on the birds as shown.
Large daisy chains, couched stitches and French knots will show up nicely in contrasting colors and are a great use for small leftover amounts of yarn.
Upasana will wear a sheathed yellow and gold silk sari with a Swarovski encrusted border, zardozi French knots and tiny soldered stones with a rani pink corset blouse and tulle veil.
The attendants wore strapless, tea-length Bill Levkoff gowns of celadon green satin featuring wide sashes of ivory satin that fell from French knots.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an original designer gown of new ivory silk satin, The dropped-waist bodice was adorned with French knots, Austrian crystals, soutache braid, and clear sequins.