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How to do a Double Threaded Back Stitch

Learning how to do a double threaded back stitch can create some stunning results.  It makes almost a chain look that can be done in one, two or three colors! 

How to do a Double Threaded Back Stitch

The double threaded back stitch starts with a back stitch.  (You can also do this with a running stitch for a different look.)  You then weave a thread under the back stitches, up and down.  That gives you a regular threaded running stitch.  The thing that makes it a double is that you go back the opposite direction and weave another thread under.  It’s really easier than it sounds, and it’s easiest to just watch the video below. 

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Learn all of these other embroidery stitches by making this embroidery stitch sampler 2 with me. It’s a great way to practice and a nice reference to have while you are reading other embroidery patterns.

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To watch all of the videos in this series, including some basic embroidery tips, go to my YouTube channel here. I’ll walk you through the entire process and make it super easy for you.

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