slip stitch


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slip stitch

n
(Knitting & Sewing) a sewing stitch for securing hems, etc, in which only two or three threads of the material are caught up by the needle each time, so that the stitches are nearly invisible from the right side
[C19: from slip1]

slip′ stitch`


n.
a loose stitch taken between two layers of fabric, as on a facing or hem, so as to be invisible on the right or outer side.
[1880–85]
slip′-stitch`, v.t., v.i.
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Noun1.slip stitch - a loose stitch catching only a thread or two of fabric; designed to be invisible from the right side
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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6 With your needle and thread, slip stitch the open seam to close it.
Then progress to more complex patterns where the slip stitch and lace stitches are worked at the same time.
5mm crochet hook * 25 yards of black crochet thread, size 10 * Two 4mm white pearls * 2 strands of black beads * 8"x3" purse clasp closure * Fabric glue * Black sewing thread * Hand sewing needle * Disappearing ink fabric marker * Purse pattern CROCHET ABBREVIATIONS Ch- Chain Sl St- Slip Stitch Sc- Single Crochet Hdc- Half Double Crochet Dc- Double Crochet Tr- Treble Crochet St- Stitch CROCHET Flower (make 2) Round 1: Ch 4, join with sl st to form ring.
This technique lends to a host of variations and are demonstrated in twelve patterns for accessories and gifts that go beyond the usual single-color creations to slip stitch some innovative creations.
Make it: Wrap e using Make it: Wrap each hanger in a strip of fabric and hem using a slip stitch on the underside.
Using black yarn Round 1: work 6dc into magic ring, join with slip stitch, chain1 (6sts) Round 2: 2dc into each stitch around, join with a slip stitch, ch1 (12sts) Change to red Round 3: work in the back loops only (dc in the first stitch, 2dc in the next) repeat around (18sts) Join with a slip st, ch1 Round 4: (dc in next 2 stitches, 2dc in the next) repeat around (24sts) Join with slip stitch, ch1 Round 5: (dc in 3sts, 2dc in the next) repeat around (30sts) Join with a slip stitch, ch1 Round 6: dc in each stitch around (30sts) Round 7: ( slip 2sts, 5tr in the next stitch, dc, 5tr in the next stitch, dc) repeat around Join with a slip stitch and finish off Embroider any details onto your poppy.