A double-threaded running stitch is a hand embroidery stitch made combining the foundation stitch (running stitch) and threading.
To make a double threaded running stitch, after you embroider the running stitch, lace the second thread through the running stitches without entering the fabric or crossing the running stitch. Make this lacing two times to form a chain-like pattern.
As you can see in this video tutorial, you can embroider the threaded running stitch in a single color and create a single color chain. Also, you can choose two contrasting colors to create exciting patterns.
Play with colors and see what beautiful color combinations you can create with this simple stitch!
Watch this video tutorial and learn how to embroider a double-threaded running stitch.
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