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  • Shawna Bornman

    palestrina stitch | Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

  • Macarena Uriarte

    Palestrina Stitch tutorial. AKA double knot stitch, tied coral stitch, old english knot stitch, smyrna stitch, twilling stitch, pearl stitch. This stitch is usually used for outlining or bordering purposes. Any type of fabric and thread can be used to do this stitch, but the perle cotton thread will give the best knotted effect. There are 2 variations of palestrina stitch: The long armed palestrina stitch and the long legged palestrina stitch.

  • Mary Gleghorn

    Palestrina_ stitch _tutorial for embroidery stitches

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