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Raised fishbone stitch

Raised fishbone stitch
This stitch is typically used for leaf patterns. It throws out a padded effect on the motif. The stitch looks a bit difficult, but has no complications when you start to stitch. In fact, you will enjoy it as you see a beautiful, richly filled leaf emerging as you go along. I have used a leaf pattern to illustrate . It is divided into three lines, namely, A, B and C, which will act as the respective stitch lines. Tags: embroidery tutorial, filling stitch, hand embroidery tutorial, raised fishbone 37 Comments »

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