Embroidery: learn the Paris stitch

Embroidery: learn the Paris stitch

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The Paris stitch is used in embroidery for finishes and in particular to make openwork hems. This point is done from right to left as follows. 1. Poke the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric and take it out on the right side at A.
2. Poke a little lower on the left in B and take out the needle on the left from point B in C.
3. Transplant at B and exit at C.
4. Stitch a third time at B, then take out the needle at the top left of point C at D. Point D must be located at the same height as point A. Tighten the point well then repeat steps 2 to 4 to get the next point.


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