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A lot of 24 vintage spools of thread All on wooden spools All have had some used of of them, but most are almost full spools Various colors as seen in photo Coats and Clark, Talon, Star, A couple have plastics insert in hole to trap end of thread All are small spools

A lot of 24 vintage spools of thread All on wooden spools All have had some used of of them, but most are almost full spools Various colors as seen in photo Coats and Clark, Talon, Star, A couple have plastics insert in hole to trap end of thread All are small spools

Ladder Stitch is a kind of embroidery stitch used on plain-and even weave fabrics. It has a ladder-like appearance, hence the name, and it is used as a border stitch or to fill a long, narrow shape of varying width. This stitch should always be worked on fabric stretched in an embroidery hoop or frame to prevent it form distorting the fabric.

Ladder Stitch is a kind of embroidery stitch used on plain-and even weave fabrics. It has a ladder-like appearance, hence the name, and it is used as a border stitch or to fill a long, narrow shape of varying width. This stitch should always be worked on fabric stretched in an embroidery hoop or frame to prevent it form distorting the fabric.

#Embroidery_Tutorial "Pekinese Stitch. This is a really simple embroidery stitch that starts with a row of simple back stitches. With a blunt needle, the yarn is then looped through the stitches. This can be done on fabric, of course, but is also Beautiful on Knitted or Crocheted pieces."  ༺✿ƬⱤღ  https://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻

#Embroidery_Tutorial "Pekinese Stitch. This is a really simple embroidery stitch that starts with a row of simple back stitches. With a blunt needle, the yarn is then looped through the stitches. This can be done on fabric, of course, but is also Beautiful on Knitted or Crocheted pieces." ༺✿ƬⱤღ https://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻

Ooh, good reference diagram. I am proud to brag that I have mastered all but the closed blanket stitch. It warn't easy, and I learned the hard way to use threads with better contrast than just light and dark shades of the same color for a sampler. Doh!

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