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Chain Stitch

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Chain Stitch. Get inspired and try out new things.

Use the chain stitch to add detail to your handmade embroidery projects! Full tutorial with text instructions is on YouTube. Follow @jessiekatzgreenberg for more embroidery tutorials.

braided_chain_stitch_4   Many tutorials on embroidering. It's called Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

Also known as: Hungarian Braided Chain Stitch The braided chain stitch is worked almost the same way as the heavy chain stitch. There is only a slight difference in the way the needle is taken under the existing loops, thus giving it a totally...

Beginner's Guide: 10 Basic Embroidery Stitches - Lia Griffith

Follow our step-by-step photo tutorials for basic embroidery stitches! We will guide you through each stitch and give you project ideas to practice.

50 Hand Embroidery Stitches: Beginners Tutorials by HandiWorks - YouTube

Hand Embroidery Stitches for Beginners: Learning hand embroidery is both fun and relaxing, plus it's an easy way to create beautiful art with fabric and thre...

Watch popular Chain Stitch videos

Learn one of the oldest known hand embroidery techniques: chain stitching. In this new class with artist and designer Kathie Sever of Fort Lonesome, you’ll learn how to: -Chain stitch by hand -Develop and design embroiderable art -Prepare your garment and transfer designs -Create line art and fill stitches -Build texture and dimensionality with thread Gather your needle and thread and tap the link to get started!
Did you know that there are two ways to achieve this stitch? In this blog post, I'll take you through each method step-by-step, with written + photo instructions, as well as a slower video tutorial where I explain each step as I go. Chain stitch is a wonderful and FUN stitch for hand embroidery that can easily follow curves, such as the curves in hand lettering; it can also be used to fill in a space - as an alternative to satin stitch - providing your work with that much more texture!
This embroidery tutorial shows you step by step how to embroider the chain stitch. This stitch takes a little time to master, but once you do it's a great way to add texture to your work embroidered patches or embroidery hoop art.
Learning embroidery can not only decorate our clothes, but also can be used to make jewelry and decorate many daily necessities. Come and see what you can do, shall we?