Sunday, 20 December 2020

Stitch tutorial - Pagoda chevron stitch




Step 1 – Bring the needle and thread up at 'a' as shown.







Step 2 – Insert the needle at 'b' and pick up a small stitch as shown and pull the needle.







Step 3 – Keeping the working thread up pick up a small stitch c-b as shown and pull the needle.







Step 4 – Insert the needle at 'd' and pick up a small stitch as shown and pull the needle.







Step 5 – Keeping the working thread down pick up a small stitch e-d as shown and pull the needle.






Step 6 – Repeat steps 2,3,4 and 5.

8 comments:

crazyQstitcher said...

This is an interesting version of Herringbone stitch. I'll have to try it now. Thank you for sharing.

crazyQstitcher said...

My apologies, The Pagoda stitch js similar to Chevron, not Herringbone.

Lyn Warner said...

I used plain Chevron stitch quite a lot for smocking when my girls were small. This is quite different and I like the way the thread twists over the stitches at the top and bottom.

Anita said...

@Lyn Warner - The thread twist is interesting, isn't it?

Anita said...

@crazyQatitcher - Pleasure is mine. Looking forward to see your version of this stitch

Unknown said...

This is a very good place for me to learn some stitches. Thank you for sharing. Seeing them made step by step helps me.

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

This is such a pretty stitch! Thank you for the tutorial.
Wishing you a blessed new year!

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Thank you for the clear instructions on the pretty stitch!