Correct Sashiko Stitching & Common Errors | Stitches shouldn’t cross on the front side of fabric - space the stitches when pattern lines meet, so they don’t touch. The intersections of these kinds of designs usually need to be open. A stitch must end right at the turn of a corner so the pattern will be nicely defined. When you carry the thread across the back of your work to move to next section or make a sharp turn, leave a tiny loop on the back to avoid puckering.
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