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Couching stitch

Take your embroidery skills to the next level with the couching stitch. Explore unique and inspiring ideas to incorporate this technique into your needlework projects. Start creating stunning designs today!
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Couching is the process of using embroidery stitches to stitch a cord (or yarn or decorative thread) to the surface of your fabric. It's a fun way to add some nice dimension to your work and it can give you a really unique effect. Give it a try! If you want to couch using your

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You've just completed a lovely piece of embroidered art but have decided that it is missing something - text! It can be so fun to add a favorite quote or name to your work, but what stitch should you use? Below I've included a look at my favorite hand embroidery stitches for lettering. Scroll down for information on ea

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I encourage you to use additional resources if you need more instruction than this simple guide. I have found video to be very useful in understanding stitches. Please click on the links below to watch very quick clips of the stitches. You can also find a directory of longer videos here, with more detailed instruction.

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Tabitha Ellis
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I think all of us know couching !!!!!. There are various way to couch, some use herringbone stitch to couch a thread, some buttonhole stitch .... so on. Basic couching, have a look at below picture, lay a thread or cord, then run simple stitch to hold thread at regular intervals as shown in picture. Couching Here i have used 6 strands of thread for laying and 2 strands of thread for couching. Couching Couching Simple exercise, i have taken a circle to work couching. Couching Observe above…

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Presenting the Couching Family. The Couching Family of Stitches uses stitches to pin down threads laid down over the pattern. various effects can be made by altering the way the threads are laid or the way the anchoring threads are placed. Learn how to do all that with me! Don't forget to subscribe to the website as we will be adding more Couching Stitches soon! Diy Embroidery Shirt, Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Lessons, Diy Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Handwork Embroidery Design, Hand Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Inspiration

Presenting the Couching Family. The Couching Family of Stitches uses stitches to pin down threads laid down over the pattern. various effects can be made by altering the way the threads are laid or the way the anchoring threads are placed. Learn how to do all that with me! Don't forget to subscribe to the website as we will be adding more Couching Stitches soon!

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Top tip - keeping your stitches on the smaller side will help with getting the tight curves of letters a little bit neater. Click on the name of each stitch to see a video tutorial Back Stitch The back stitch is probably one of the easiest stitches to get the hang of. It's mostly used for stitching lines or outlining shapes. And it's ideal for stitching text! Variations: whip your back stitch with a contrasting colour for a twisted effect. Or build up lines of back stitch to fill larger…

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Sophie Sykes