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March 23, 2010

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rachelmp

Great tips! I always stitch inside my backstitch so its great to see how you do it (as I am self taught)

Cath from chunkychooky

Great tips!!! thanks!!

Di

Melly, your satin stitch demo has been invaluable to me. Thank you for making it so clear. Nor for the practice.....:-))

Di

LOL that should be "now" for the practice!

Debbie

Hi Melly, Thanks for the tips. I stab stitch as well, I find it's more accurate. I forgot about outlining the satin stitch, thanks for the reminder.

SandyN

Melly,

I always enjoy reading your tips. I find them very helpful.

Thanks

Sandy N

Krista

Oh! Imitation blanket stitch...sneaky you!!!! Thanks for sharing and answering my question. No longer will I have creeping blanket stitch in space, phew!

Farmyardcrafts

I'm sure you'll help other satin stitch losers like myself to achieve perfect stitches! ;)

Renee

awesome Melly - I have never outlined my satin stitch with backstich and I always struggle to get neat shapes - I can't wait to give this a try :) Thanks so much!

Mandy

Thanks Melly, I have started the stitchery Kokeshi Friends out of your book and now I'll take all this on board while completing it. I'm sure it will help :-).

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