It’s been a windy, chilly week here in Illinois. How can you tell? Because the trees are turning blue. And, when stitching a sky, your Running Stitches curve and sweep across the fabric like the wind on a blustery day. It takes the humble Running Stitch to make this a blustery or calm day.
The Running Stitch, the most basic of embroidery stitches, is often under rated by the embroidery raters. But after reading these directions for making the Running Stitch, you’ll find a few inventive ways to use it, including a tip on marking the fabric for stitching.