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Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 2 (Squares in a row)

Kutch embroidery - squares in a line - indian embroidery tutorials

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Kutch Embroidery tutorial with step by step photos

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Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 6 (Maltese Cross / 5 Squares)

maltese cross - kutch embroidery tutorials - step by step pictures

Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 3 (Border Motif)

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Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 3 (Border Motif)

Kutch Embroidery tutorial with step by step photos

Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 3 (Border Motif)

Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 2 (Squares in a row)

Kutch Embroidery tutorial with step by step photos

This Kutch Embroidery Maltese Cross is beautiful and you can find the very easy to follow step by step tutorial here. Maltese Cross Embroidery Stitch Tutorial… Read More...

How To – Maltese Cross (Craft Gossip)

This Kutch Embroidery Maltese Cross is beautiful and you can find the very easy to follow step by step tutorial here. Maltese Cross Embroidery Stitch Tutorial… Read More...

Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 1  (Single Square / Diamond)

Kutch Embroidery tutorial with step by step photos

Kutch Embroidery Tutorial 1 (Single Square / Diamond)

Ladder Stitch is a kind of embroidery stitch used on plain-and even weave fabrics. It has a ladder-like appearance, hence the name, and it is used as a border stitch or to fill a long, narrow shape of varying width. This stitch should always be worked on fabric stretched in an embroidery hoop or frame to prevent it form distorting the fabric.

Ladder Stitch is a kind of embroidery stitch used on plain-and even weave fabrics. It has a ladder-like appearance, hence the name, and it is used as a border stitch or to fill a long, narrow shape of varying width. This stitch should always be worked on fabric stretched in an embroidery hoop or frame to prevent it form distorting the fabric.

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