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How to do a Whipped Back Stitch

The whipped back stitch is a really fun one.  You can use one color for both parts for a solid line or use two colors for a candy cane stripe look.  Now I want to do this in red and white on some kind of Christmas embroidery!

How to do a Whipped Back Stitch

For this stitch, you start with a back stitch.  Run another thread under the back stitch, over and over, like a whip stitch.  To learn how to do a whipped back stitch, take a look at my video tutorial.  You can click the video below or check it out on my YouTube channel.

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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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