Hand Embroidery for Beginners: 10 Types of Leaves| This video will teach you how to embroider a 10 different Types of Leaves. Embroidering leaves is a given when you do embroidery work.
How would you stitch them Which is your favorite leaf
1. Fly Stitch
2. Buttonhole Stitch
3. Lazy Daisy with French knots
4. Bullion Stitch
5. Lazy Daisy Stitch
6. Satin Stitch
7. Blanket/Buttonhole Stitch
8. Satin Stitch
9. Cretan Stitch
10. Fishbone Stitch
This knot looks pretty much like the french knot, but has a different method of going about. While we wrap around twice in the same direction for the french knot, we wrap around in an ‘8’ shape to make the colonial knot.
To do this stitch, the awareness of french knot is good. This will help us to be clear about the difference between both.
Now, draw back the needle and put it in through a point near where it had emerged earlier. Make sure the thread is held pulled while doing this so that the wrap does not loosen or fall out of the needle.