French knot vs colonial knot

Learn about the difference between French Knot and Colonial Knot embroidery stitches. Enhance your embroidery skills with these two popular techniques and create beautiful designs.
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Colonial knot and how's it different from french knot?

French knot is, undoubtedly, the most popular knot stitch out there. But it has a “twin” - colonial knot. Jump in to explore the similarities and differences between the two! So, how do you stitch colonial knot? Many people fear it because it seems tricky. Me too, for a long time I used french knots exclusively and didn't even want to try the colonial one because it just seems difficult. But I was wrong! Once you “crack” the process, stitching colonial knots will go smoothly and fast. The…

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The colonial knot is a decorative stitch - one of the surface knots used in hand embroidery. Use it as a substitute for the French knots, to secure the sequins on the fabric or to make single bumps for flower centers. Also, you can create a fluffy, textural surface with Colonial knots if you use it as a filler stitch. Click to learn more or Pin for later. Practical Embroidery, French Knot Flowers, Colonial Knot, Diy Embroidery Projects, Embroidery Video, French Embroidery, Decorative Knots, French Knot Embroidery, Embroidery Online

How to embroider Colonial knot - hand embroidery video tutorial

The colonial knot is a decorative stitch - one of the surface knots used in hand embroidery. Use it as a substitute for the French knots, to secure the sequins on the fabric or to make single bumps for flower centers. Also, you can create a fluffy, textural surface with Colonial knots if you use it as a filler stitch. Click to learn more or Pin for later.

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