In this video tutorial, I show you how to embroider the Tulip stitch.
Tulip stitch is a detached chain stitch with extra detail – slipped decorative stitch.
This stitch is very versatile. You can embroider it as a single detached stitch or in horizontal or vertical straight lines. Use this stitch for borders, to decorate the seams, or as an accent stitch. It will look great in floral design to create small tulip flowers.
Also, you can play with colors embroidering this stitch. Make it in a single color or add more colors (for slipped stitches) if you like!
Watch a video tutorial below and learn how to embroider a Tulip stitch.
If you need a reminder on how to embroider a chain stitch – watch a Chain stitch video tutorial.
More hand embroidery stitches for border designs:
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