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Words related to backstitch

an overlapping stitch made by starting the next stitch at the middle of the preceding one

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Begin stitching 1/4" from the binding fold, backstitch to secure and continue sewing.
Remember to backstitch right above the vent opening to keep it stable.
A stem stitch is great for curvy lines, such as the tangled string of Christmas lights, but the backstitch works just as well.
Color explores techniques such as ombre design, inverting color and using geometric shapes; Glow in the Dark looks at how to use glow-in-the-dark threads to achieve different effects; More than a Hobby considers the idea of mindfulness in cross stitch, including black work, backstitch etc.; Using Computer Software looks at photorealism and how to originate your design on a computer; and finally, Outside the Hoop explores projects not stitched on canvas.
Stopping short of the hard-boiled, his visceral stories backstitch through memories and move forward through the years to highlight imprints left on working lives.
Sew together tightly using backstitch then remove the pins.
There are many types of stitches you can use for embroidery, but a very basic backstitch is able to yield many designs including zig-zags, straight lines, letters and so much more.
5 Cut out holly leaf shapes from the green felt and backstitch them onto the front right of the hat, adding the buttons for berries.
The minimum required looper's travel across the backstitch shall ensure the four conditions of "loop-fallover" reliable capturing by each of the two needles and every loop fixation with each needle.
Management tools such as Backstitch, Sprout, and HootSuite "allow people to essentially route and filter all their social media networks to one platform and set up feeds that are catered to their interests."
You can add strength to your seam with a double stitch, or--for the more sewing-savvy--a backstitch or zigzag stitch.
Seven children stay to try the running stitch, the backstitch and French knots on small burlap pieces.
On each circle, draw two curved lines in chalk then backstitch the two curved lines in white thread.