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Buttonhole Bar Stitch

The Buttonhole Bar Stitch is often used in cut out work to link two patterns together.


The finished stitch makes a long bar of embroidery.


The stitch starts by coming out to the front through the left hand end point of the stitch.


The needle is then passed through the fabric at the end point of the stitch and back forward again a few threads lower on the fabric.


The needle is then passed through to the back along side the start point and immediately back to the front a few threads lower on the fabric.


You should now have two threads running the length of the intended bar.


Now you pass the needle through to the back of the fabric above the two threads, starting at the left hand side and back through to the front below the two threads.


As the needle comes back through to the front, it should pass through the loop created by the trailing thread.


This is repeated immediately alongside the first stitch, working your way across the two threads.


The Buttonhole Bar is completed when you reach the right hand side.Buttonhole Bar Stitch

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