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How to do the Seed Stitch

If you want to learn how to do the seed stitch, you’ve come to the right place.  This has got to be one of the easier stitches.  I think the hardest part is trying to keep the pattern as random as possible.  It’s great for filling in an area with some texture without having to fill the whole thing. 

How to do the Seed Stitch

The seed stitch is done by making random small stitches that are all about the same size.  It ends up looking like cupcake sprinkles or a bunch of seeds, hence the name “seed stitch.”  Take a look at my video tutorial below for some tips on how to work up this embroidery stitch.

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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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