Sunday, 26 October 2014 12:24

Surface Satin Stitch

The surface satin stitch is a technique whereby the stitches are worked in close, parallel rows. They are used to fill in all or part of a design. At first glance, the surface satin stitch looks like the satin stitch, but instead of the stitches being taken across both the surface and reverse of the ground material, a surface satin stitch only covers the surface of the cloth.

Published in Embroidery stitches