One of the fun things about working with fused fabrics is that you can use decorative rotary cutter blades to cut the fabric. The pinking blade is my favorite to create an embellished fabric edge. Here’s a simple way to add hand embroidery to that pinked edge. It’s the story of two peaks and a valley.
Insert the tip of the needle at the top of the next peak. Skim the needle under the fabric to the valley between the two peaks. Trap the thread coming out of the first peak under the tip if the needle. Draw the needle and thread through the fabric.
Insert the needle into the fabric on the other side of the thread in the valley. This stitch over the thread holds it in the valley making a V shape that follows the pinked fabric edge. You can take a short stitch or a long one like the example above.
And that’s the story of two peaks and a valley.