Herringbone Stitch Embroidery Workshop with Niamh Wimperis
Classes with Niamh Wimperis • Educational, G, 11-Jun-2021
This stitch is created in a sort of zig-zag fashion and Niamh says it is one that doesn't look like much, until you get going with it. She really likes to use it to create leaves in her embroidery.
Niamh also has other stitching workshops from the same sampler.
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