Beaded Shell Chain Stitch Tutorial

Beaded Shell Chain Stitch is a fun and interesting stitch if you bead it you can have even more fun! If you need a reminder on how to work Shell Chain you will find my tutorial here. To work this stitch use a size 26 tapestry needle. Since the eye …

Whipped Back Stitch

Whipped back stitch creates a slightly raised line which is simple, quick and easy to work. It is ideal for use in children’s sewing projects and suitable for beginners. This stitch works well for lettering and motifs with tight curves. If a heavy, thread in the same colour as the …

Whipped Barred chain stitch

Whipped Barred chain stitch is an interesting variety of Chain stitch. The whipping forms a firm central line to the stitch. Just like chain stitch, whipped Barred chain stitch is a linear stitch that will follow curves well, is easily worked on many types of fabrics, and is suitable for …

Threaded Alternating Buttonhole Stitch

Threaded Alternating Buttonhole stitch is an interesting and fun development of Alternating Buttonhole Stitch. You can use many novelty threads to lace the foundation rows, but you can also explore creating many patterns, building up an area by working row upon row. There is also the option of changing the …

Whipped Alternating Buttonhole

Whipped Alternating Buttonhole Stitch creates a slightly raised fine cord-like line down the central line of Alternating buttonhole stitch. Since this is a variety of buttonhole stitch it helps if you know Buttonhole stitch and Alternating buttonhole stitch. (Follow the links to tutorials in my stitch dictionary if you need …

Alternating Buttonhole Stitch

Alternating buttonhole stitch is a quick and easy stitch that is worked so that the arms of the buttonhole stitch fall left and right of a central line. You need to be familiar with buttonhole stitch. If you need a refresher, you can find it here. You can create patterns …