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Bullion knot stitch

Bullion knot stitch Di van Niekerk Bullion knot stitch, more prominent than a French knot, is most effective when you require a dense, rounded petal or stamen. Use one stitch for a single stamen or work them close together to form rosettes.

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step by step hydrangea embroidery. It's a little cutesy for me, but I like the layered, ombre effect and could employ it with a more modern design.

Cherry blossom - back stitch and French knots

So pretty. And, basically, not that difficult :) _________________ cherry blossom. i freaking need to make a big cherry blossom tree of maybe a forest because the colours are perfect and it would look freaking gorgeous. also, french knots are easy

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Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials - THE BEST (!) guide - beautiful pictures & instructions for each step - easy to understand!

step by step tutorial for pistil stitch 4

Photographed step by step instructions on how work Pistil Stitch which is ideal to use in floral motifs on your hand embroidered projects.

Top 5 Background Stitches - Nuts about Needlepoint | Nuts about Needlepoint

Top 5 Background Stitches includes wonderful needlepoint stitches that work great for backgrounds & other areas. From needlepoint expert Janet M Perry

The Criss Cross Hungarian Stitch is a textured filling stitched worked in rows of diagonal stitches, with each row facing the opposite direction.    A second color of stitching is used in the resulting spaces between the rows. This is the perfect area to use a specialty thread such as a metallic, or to add a seed bead.    This needlepoint stitch is an excellent filling stitch.

The Fancy Criss Cross Hungarian Needlepoint Stitch and How to Make It

The Criss Cross Hungarian Stitch is a textured filling stitched worked in rows of diagonal stitches, with each row facing the opposite direction. This needlepoint stitch is an excellent filling stitch.

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