This is how you get really smooth, lovely satin stitches. Outline in split or chain stitch, fill in the area with chain or long & short stitches, and then do the satin stitch. The underlying stitches support the satin stitch and help it to lay smoothly.
Broderie Lazy daisy stitch – used to create a flower Pull needle though to front at Make a loop and insert again right next to Come out again at 2 holding the thread under the needle as you pull tight. Insert the needle at 3 and move onto the next petal.
Here's a simple video showing you seven basic (and most common) embroidery stitches. This quick little showcase covers -- - Back Stitch - Split Stitch - Stem Stitch - Chain Stitch - Blanket Stitch - Satin Stitch - French Knot Recommended books -- - 'The