Drizzle Stitch

Drizzle stitch. Drizzle stitch.

The drizzle stitch creates a form of knot comparable (but not identical) to a bullion stitch (bullion knot). The drizzle stitch is used in Brazilian dimensional embroidery.

The drizzle stitch is normally worked in rayon thread, but it can also be worked in perlé cotton. The needle recommended for this type of work is a straw needle, which has an eye with the same diameter as the shaft of the needle. This means it is easier to slide the stitch/knot off the needle.

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