Jarrón realizado con técnica de cartapesta (1º parte) - YouTube

Jarrón realizado con técnica de cartapesta (1º parte) - YouTube

I ❤ embroidery . . .  Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch~ I love this stitch! I’ve not used it much, but every time I have, I’ve been really satisfied with it! It looks best when stitched with a twisted non-divisible thread, like pearl cotton, coton a broder, floche, buttonhole silk, or any similar thread. It comes out “ok” when worked with floss, but the finish is a lot smoother, and you can’t see the “weave” of the stitch as clearly.

Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch

I ❤ embroidery . . . Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch~ I love this stitch! I’ve not used it much, but every time I have, I’ve been really satisfied with it! It looks best when stitched with a twisted non-divisible thread, like pearl cotton, coton a broder, floche, buttonhole silk, or any similar thread. It comes out “ok” when worked with floss, but the finish is a lot smoother, and you can’t see the “weave” of the stitch as clearly.

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Jarrón realizado con técnica de cartapesta (1º parte) - YouTube

Jarrón realizado con técnica de cartapesta (1º parte) - YouTube

I ❤ embroidery . . .  Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch~ I love this stitch! I’ve not used it much, but every time I have, I’ve been really satisfied with it! It looks best when stitched with a twisted non-divisible thread, like pearl cotton, coton a broder, floche, buttonhole silk, or any similar thread. It comes out “ok” when worked with floss, but the finish is a lot smoother, and you can’t see the “weave” of the stitch as clearly.

Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch

I ❤ embroidery . . . Video Tutorial: Basket Stitch~ I love this stitch! I’ve not used it much, but every time I have, I’ve been really satisfied with it! It looks best when stitched with a twisted non-divisible thread, like pearl cotton, coton a broder, floche, buttonhole silk, or any similar thread. It comes out “ok” when worked with floss, but the finish is a lot smoother, and you can’t see the “weave” of the stitch as clearly.

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