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Blind Herringbone Stitch

Blind heringbone stitch. Blind heringbone stitch.

A blind herringbone stitch is a technique whereby the herringbone stitches, which are used for hemming, are worked under part of the hem itself. This is done by rolling back part of the hem, stitching the hem in place, and then folding back the flap into situ, in this way hiding the line of stitches. See also the blind hemming stitch.

Source: CLAYTON, Mary (2007). The Needlecrafter's Companion. 1001 Stitch Terms and Techniques, London: Collins and Brown, p. 19.

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