Weaving Stitch

Example of te weaving stitch. Example of te weaving stitch.

The weaving stitch is also known as the Queen Anne stitch or the woven filling stitch, and is a form of darning stitch, which can be used instead of a satin stitch. Stitches are made in horizontal or vertical, parallel lines. Then other stitches are made vertically or horizontally, weaving through the horizontal/vertical stitches at a straight angle.

Digital source (retrieved 23 October 2016).

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 23 October 2016).


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