Darning stitch

Discover how to incorporate the darning stitch into your sewing projects for added texture and visual interest. Get inspired with top ideas and techniques to enhance your stitching skills.
Skye | slow stitch club 🪡 on Instagram: "A little monochrome pattern play using the Rapid Darner 🪡  It's been ages since I sat down with any of my darning looms and this was a super quick and fun darn to do. Plus, for once I actually repaired the sock before the hole appeared, so it feels like a double win 😄  Are you good at mending before the damage gets too bad?! . . . #mondaymending #slowstitchclub #darning #rapiddarner #sockdarning #repairjoy #mendyourclothes #weaving #darningpatterns #wellwornclothing #speedweve #darningloom" Loom Patterns, Mini Darning Loom Patterns, Darning Loom Pattern, Speedweve Loom Patterns, Darning Socks, Slow Stitch, Monochrome Pattern, Loom Pattern, Pattern Play

Skye | slow stitch club 🪡 on Instagram: "A little monochrome pattern play using the Rapid Darner 🪡 It's been ages since I sat down with any of my darning looms and this was a super quick and fun darn to do. Plus, for once I actually repaired the sock before the hole appeared, so it feels like a double win 😄 Are you good at mending before the damage gets too bad?! . . . #mondaymending #slowstitchclub #darning #rapiddarner #sockdarning #repairjoy #mendyourclothes #weaving #darningpatterns…

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Japanese darning stitch belongs to the family of running stitches. In this stitch, two parallel lines of running stitches are connected with diagonal stitches. Traditionally it is used for darning in Sashiko and Boro embroidery. In modern embroidery, a Japanese darning stitch can be used to fill big areas and creates a beautiful geometrical pattern. Click to watch a video tutorial now or Pin for later! Japanese Darning, Boro Embroidery, Darning Stitch, Embroidery Lessons, Geometrical Pattern, Parallel Lines, Hand Embroidery Videos, Hand Embroidery Tutorial, Hand Embroidery Projects

Japanese darning stitch belongs to the family of running stitches. In this stitch, two parallel lines of running stitches are connected with diagonal stitches. Traditionally it is used for darning in Sashiko and Boro embroidery. In modern embroidery, a Japanese darning stitch can be used to fill big areas and creates a beautiful geometrical pattern. Click to watch a video tutorial now or Pin for later!

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