Surface Satin (Variation 1)

Structural Category

Flat

Specific Usage

Surface

Other Names

 

Comment

These diagrams show a space between the vertical stitches so the diagonals could be shown; however, the vertical stitches should be close together so no background fabric is seen. The stitch looks like Satin stitch.

Diagrams 

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Work left to right. Come up at A, go down at B, and come up at C. B is directly above A.

Go down at D and come up at E, very close to the vertical stitch.

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Go in at F and come out at G. F is directly above E.

Go in at H and come out at I, very close to the last vertical stitch.

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Go in at J and come out at K. J is directly above I.

Go in at L and come out at M, very close to the last vertical stitch.

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Go in at N and come out at O. N is directly above M and is the same height as E.

Go in at P and come out at Q, very close to the last vertical stitch.

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Go in at R and come out at S. R is directly above Q and is the same height as B.

Diagram source: Pat Albiston, reprinted by permission.



Bibliographic Sources

Stitch Identification Group