Stitch Lexicon Round 19
Let’s look at the new stitches in the lexicon! We are now in round 19 – making it 173 stitch tutorials in the lexicon. All 5 are quite uncommon, so get your fabric out and give them a try 🙂
I have written about Otomi before. It is basically a herringbone stitch worked very closely to cover all of the underlying fabric. Otomi is a very thread-saving stitch! Most of the thread is used in the front while in the back you will only see lines of tiny tiny dots. It takes a bit of practice to get used to this stitch, but when you get in full swing it’s so fast!
These stitches made it into this round
(click on the names to go directly to the matching tutorial)
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