French knot


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French knot

French knot

n.
A decorative embroidery stitch made by looping the thread two or more times around the needle, which is then inserted into the fabric.

French knot

n
(Knitting & Sewing) an ornamental stitch made by looping the thread three or four times around the needle before putting it into the fabric
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Noun1.French knot - a stitch made by looping the thread several times around the needle before inserting it into the fabricFrench knot - a stitch made by looping the thread several times around the needle before inserting it into the fabric
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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She translates those into an array of French knot textiles
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Embroider a daisy flower in the centre of the shoe upper and sew a French knot in the middle.
Scroll through websites such as Pinterest or Etsy and you'll find human portraits drawn in thread, colorfully embroidered crazy quilts, and new uses for simple stitches like the running stitch or French knot.
In life's rich tapestry I am part French knot, part satin stitch, part perfectly woven picot - the twiddly bit that goes to make up a single perfect stamen within the single feature-lily that resides in the foreground in the sort of lavish renaissance artwork that has passers-by routinely whispering, 'Oh, my days.
Sew French knot eyes on each side of the head using the black yarn.
A Casa Copenhagen's gorgeous French Knot range of embroidered linen is in 220TD percale combed cotton.
The bridal collection's price tags will not break the bank and cater for children too, with Sapphire's French knot dress costing just EUR70.
Some of the older, more patient students mastered the French knot, chain stitch, and daisy stitch, but everyone loved working the yarn in a more primitive fashion, allowing color and texture to dominate the actual stitches.
MILLBURY -- For Lindsay Mason, moving back to her parents' house from Colorado wasn't ideal, but it gave her exactly the opportunity she needed in order to start French Knot Studio.
I demonstrated each of the following stitches: straight or running stitch, backward, chain, cross, blanket (a good border or edge stitch), satin or filler stitch, french knot, applique and overlap stitch (also a good border stitch).