This wide openwork, width 9 mm. After treatment edges pull 13-15 threads of the fabric. The openwork "bug" bind 3 columns. First, be sure to make a preliminary blanket stitch on the sides frayed, then cut and priderite threads of the fabric. Make the openwork bars in the upper and lower rows. Be sure to panel edge with the cut threads by gladium roller. Each column should be 2-3 threads.
Then you can "bug". Secure the working thread on the underside of heirloom and obviate 1st column to the middle of 1-2 turns from right to left. Pull the entire "bug", having a filament horizontally between the posts in the middle of the frayed, ie, sew a seam "forward a needle". The thread will come out from under the 3rd column. Position it on top of all 3 columns with a loop. Guide the needle under the loop and thread this loop from the bottom up, as shown in the figure. Tighten it by combining 3 columns in the "bug". A little below, make a knot, to the openwork has not moved down. Obvate working thread of the 3rd column from the middle down, and go to the bottom to the next "bug". Together you can pull from 2 to 4 columns (Fig. 46).
Figure 46. Merezhka "bug"
This hemstitch is similar to a "bug". In the middle of it lay snowsnow thread, tightening a few bars together.
This is a wide hemstitch. Need to pull 15 to 17 threads. The first operations are performed similarly as in the openwork "bug". Once you have made the columns a thin thread, take a thicker thread and secure it on the fabric near the far post. Go to the side cushion to the middle of the heirloom. Start to connect in snopiki for 3 columns. Why spend needle, seam "forward needle" between the poles: first, close the thread 2 of the column top, then 2 columns underneath. Thus, the last columns will be on top of the working thread. So it does not shift up or down, secure each snopik 2 knots. The first knot make a thread, and the 2nd is on it exactly the same as in the previous openwork. When performing 1-th knot, first pull the thread to the left and tighten it, then with a quick movement, tighten the knot by pulling the thread to the right. The second knot tightened immediately, pulling to the right. Working thread similarly tighten the next 4 columns.
When you run this heirloom watch that a working thread does not SAG between snapcase, and not to delay them. You can also between snapily leave 1-2 columns, non-working thread (Fig. 47).
Stitch the working thread should not be more than 50 cm, is too long the thread is tangled and rough.