Embroidery Fill Stitches You Should Know
Embroidery is a craft that has been around for centuries, and it is still popular today. It is a great way to add a personal touch to clothing, accessories, and home decor. There are many different types of embroidery stitches, and each one has its own unique look and purpose. Fill stitches are one of the most popular types of embroidery stitches, and they are used to fill in large areas of fabric with a single color or multiple colors. In this article, we will discuss the different types of embroidery fill stitches you should know.
The satin stitch is one of the most popular embroidery fill stitches. It is a simple stitch that is used to fill in large areas of fabric with a single color. The satin stitch is created by making small, overlapping stitches that are close together. This stitch is often used to create a smooth, even surface on fabric.
The chain stitch is another popular embroidery fill stitch. It is created by making a series of small, looped stitches that are connected together. This stitch is often used to create a textured, decorative look on fabric.
The running stitch is a simple embroidery fill stitch that is used to fill in large areas of fabric with a single color. This stitch is created by making small, straight stitches that are close together. This stitch is often used to create a uniform, even surface on fabric.
The cross stitch is a popular embroidery fill stitch that is used to create a decorative pattern on fabric. This stitch is created by making small, diagonal stitches that are connected together. This stitch is often used to create a unique, decorative look on fabric.
The stem stitch is a popular embroidery fill stitch that is used to create a decorative pattern on fabric. This stitch is created by making small, looped stitches that are connected together. This stitch is often used to create a unique, decorative look on fabric.
The French knot is a popular embroidery fill stitch that is used to create a decorative pattern on fabric. This stitch is created by making a small knot in the fabric and then wrapping the thread around the knot multiple times. This stitch is often used to create a unique, decorative look on fabric.
What is the difference between a fill stitch and a regular stitch?
A fill stitch is used to fill in large areas of fabric with a single color or multiple colors. A regular stitch is used to create a decorative pattern on fabric.
What is the best type of embroidery fill stitch to use?
The best type of embroidery fill stitch to use depends on the project you are working on. Satin stitch, chain stitch, running stitch, cross stitch, stem stitch, and French knot are all popular embroidery fill stitches.
How do I create a fill stitch?
Creating a fill stitch depends on the type of stitch you are using. Generally, you will need to make small, overlapping stitches that are close together to create a smooth, even surface on fabric.
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How many strands of side are you using?
Thank you so much for this tutorial. I really needed to learn how to do a thread saver correctly. Also the video was straight into the point unlike a bunch of other youtubers who take decades to properly explain or is just too fast to understand.
We need more Tutorial youtubers like you. Seriously i couldn't thank you enough.
Can someone explain how the thread saver uses less thread than the regular satin stitch?
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this is a really excellent video! even without words, your clear presentation and the time you take on the stitches helped me understand them a lot better. i used to cross stitch when i was younger and i miss having a tactile hobby like this, so i've been thinking of tackling embroidery since that's a skill i can apply to a lot of different things. thank you for uploading this!
I had no idea there were so many different types of fill stitches in embroidery. This video is a great resource for anyone looking to expand their knowledge and techniques.
I love the beautiful art of stitchery! how lovely! i've found a new craft to enjoy. please create other lessons.
This was immensely helpful. Thank you so much!!!
What type of fabric is that you use?
What a fantastic video!!!!
thank you for this tutorial 💝💝 im using this to make the face for my plushies
Loving the calming music!!!!
Possibly the best tutorial video I've watched. You take your time and show every step, every stich. My grandma taught me some simple embroidery when I was young and this is how she did it. Making examples, I still have some of her crochet work with notes pinned to them. My grandma is Ling passed but this elegant video took me back. Thank you so much. Blessings!!
Lovely needlework. Fantastic example of long and short stitching. Please list the music /composer used in the video.
Why on thread saver can you not just simply go up and down. I do
Which fabric are you using?
I always want to learn embroidery. My life is too busy, however I do crossstitch-ing. I have project and it is still work in progress, haha. I just ordered a kit of embroidery for the beginners. Hope I'll make time for it.
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I don't even embroider. Never got into embroidery or sewing. Never will. However, this is the most satisfying video ever and I love it. I am obsessed.
I am trying to embroidery on sheer fabrics. Can you tell me what would be a good stabilizer to do so. Everything I look at says hand embroidery but when I look at the website or the video it show a machine. I want to make hand embroidery sheer overlay to drape on top of my colorful table cloths, to hand embroidery on clear, sheer curtains and runners. Do you have any idea what would be a good fabric stabilizer that will not show through but will keep my stitching from tearing through these delicate fabrics. This is a big and delicate project and I would like to get insight from someone who does actual hand embroidery not just call it hand embroidery when they use a machine instead.
What method should I use if I’m doing eyes on my plushie?
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I don’t embroider, I crochet, but this is cool and relaxing!
This is so relaxing, I almost fell asleep on my cat while watching 😅
Thank you so much for making this video! I just started embroidery, like just started and am still learning the stitches. Gotta check your channel later to see if you already made a video about how to choose the right stitch…
Thanks for this! I have a question. For the proper sating stitch, you do the stitch close to each other. But for the thread saver, you skip a bit and then come back. Is there a reason for this? Thanks you!
How do u know how many thread pieces to use?
I used to do this as a kid. I loved it. This was great.
I bought a bunch of cheapo cross stitch type thread to try to start practicing some of these techniques to learn hand embroidery but do I use all pieces in the thread I cut or do I separate them into smaller numbers of threads? I remember when cross stitching when I was younger, we used 2 or 3 strings from the thread but here it looks like you use all of them and don't have to separate? That would be awesome because sometimes those suckers are hard to separate without getting them all tangled up. Lol!
satin, thread saver 2:14
long and short blend 5:06
crow's foot 13:50
fishbone, up 17:12
fishbone, down 19:37
How many threads did you use for the brick method?
i think all doctors should be trained in Sewing and embroidery for pretty stitches on patients