Embroidery: learning to make a back stitch

Embroidery: learning to make a back stitch


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The news: 737395 back stitch is a basic stitch in embroidery. This is an easy point to perform that runs from right to left. 1. Poke the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric in A, then take it out from the right side.
2. Poke the needle back at B, then exit at C, so that the distance between A to B is equivalent to that between A to C.
3. Transplant to A.
4. Take out the needle at D and gently pull on the thread to get your second update: 737395 back stitch.
You can repeat these same gestures to achieve the desired number of rear stitches.



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