Crewel Embroidery: With Texture and Thread Variations
Basic stitches, stitch variations, special textural effects, and the principles of color and design are featured in a guide to both traditional and contemporary crewel embroidery styles
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Aida cloth Appleton yarn back stitch bottom bring the needle bullion knot Chinese knot circular whipped spider completed Continue contrasting color couching stitch crewel embroidery cross-stitch curve detached chain stitch edge even-weave filled filler stitch fishbone stitch flower guideline hold the yarn hoop horizontal indicates the lightest inside lacing laid strands laid thread last stitch leaf lightest value line of stitching line stitch Loop the yarn looped yarn lowest number indicates motif needed needle coming needle goes pattern Perle cotton petals previous stitch Pull put the needle right to left running stitch shape short stitches side single strand slightly slip the needle soft shading space split stitch spokes stem stitch stitch 32 Stitch Key Stitch This stitch straight stitch strand of yarn take the needle tapestry needle taut tension texture tie-down stitch trellis variations vertical weaving stitch whipped spider stitch whipped stitches