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FILLING STITCHES

by Manisha Bhandari F

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FILLING STITCHES
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Manisha Bhandari
Assistant Professor
Department Of Fashion Designing
REFERENCE SATIN STITCH
https://youtu.be/lpax5kxg61M
REFERENCE LINK FOR LONG AND SHORT SATIN STITCH
https://youtu.be/j_Q_WN_AsJw
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AIM


To design a sampler using filling stitches.
PROCEDURE
SATIN STITCH

Straight stitches are worked closely together across a shape to form a satin stitch, the floats should lie flat and edges of the stitches have to align evenly for a neat finish. This stitch can be worked from right to left or left to right. The number of threads over which the stitches are worked may vary, depending upon the desired effect. If desired, any 'outline stitch' can be worked on the outline of the shape to give a neat or raised effect.
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SAMPLER
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LONG AND SHORT SATIN STITCH

This form of satin stitch is named because all the stitches are of varying lengths. It is used to fill a shape which is too large or too irregular to be covered with satin stitch. It is also used to achieve a shaded effect. In the first row the stitches are alternatively long and short closely following the outline of the shape. The stitches in the following rows are worked with the same colour thread or different colour threads.
RESULT

A sampler is designed on a 10cm line using geometric motif's with long satin stitch, short satin stitch, long and short satin stitch.
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