Embroidery: learn the loop stitch

Embroidery: learn the loop stitch

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The loop stitch is a basic stitch in embroidery allowing in particular the realization of flower petals. It works from top to bottom. 1. Poke the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric in A and take it out from the right side.
2. Use the thread to form a loop from left to right under point A. Repeat at A then take out the needle at B, making sure that the needle comes out inside the loop and passes over the thread.
3. Carefully pull the thread to tighten the loop against point B, then stitch just below at C to finish your first loop stitch.


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