The Romanian stitch

It consists of cross stitches, which are crossed by oblique stitches. Withdraw the needle with the thread on the front side, departing from the line of figure 2-3 threads left. Then make a stitch to the right, departing from the contour lines 2-3 threads into the right side. Withdraw the needle in mid-stitch and pass it over the 1st stitch. Slide it forward on 1-2 threads and pull there near the beginning

The 1st stitch. The rest of the stitches run in the same way (Fig. 25).

Romanian suture and stitch the wound

Figure 25. The Romanian stitch

Suture The Wound

Doing it without the Hoop. They can be embroidered flowers. Technique it is similar to a knot.

Fix a thread on the wrong side and print on the front side in the beginning stitch. Make a new puncture in the direction of the stitch, but the needle from the fabric, do not remove. Obviate the needle end of the working thread from left to right with the right hand, left hand hold the cloth. Then hold the wrapped thumb and forefinger of the left hand, while your right hand gently pull the needle thread through the wound, put a stitch in the desired direction and tighten the thread.

If you carry out, twisted petals of a flower, then send all the stitches from the center towards the periphery (Fig. 26).

Romanian suture and stitch the wound

Figure 26. Suture the wound

Meander ornament is a continuous polyline. This type of ornament often used in Ancient Greece. Its name he received in honor of the winding river Meander.

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