How to Do French Knot (Twisted Knot Stitch) Embroidery
The French knot is actually a nightmare for every embroidery person! They are sincere; when they ask you to invest, and for your unwavering commitment to every needle. However, we can be sure that the French knot is the charm of the embroiderer and induce him to create one. A French knot is an embroidery stitch that allows you to feel proficient in sewing magic and recognize your hard work. This is indeed a knot that makes you feel worth embroidering. Well, when we talk about French knots, we are talking about knots, not knot. It is actually a string of knots that form a big knot. These knots are beautiful because they resemble small balls that pop up together.
Making embroidery French knots
Here is a list of what you may need. And follow the kit is a description.
You have your fabric. Cotton fabric is what you should use. Choose where you want the French knot. Hold the embroidery hoop in one hand and zoom in on the part of the fabric that you want to perform the project. The embroidery hoop has two rings. One must be placed under the fabric and the other must be placed on it and tightened, keeping the fabric in between and pressing tightly. The hoops ensure consistent stitches and are never loose or too compressed.
Now we begin with the first stitch. Take the needle and thread. Pass the needle through the wire and tie the wire securing both ends. A needle is inserted from the back side of the fabric and placed on the front surface of the fabric.
This is the next step in the French knot to explore how thick or large you want. After you complete the winding activity, let the needle dive into the same hole that the needle originally inserted and bring it to the surface. If you don't want your knot to be too big, you can only wrap one line. The rest of the program remains unchanged. Hey, you're done!
Then, you can do a French knot embroidery wherever you want to retouch and enhance your work. You can combine a French knot with a running pin to enhance your work value. You can enjoy the splicing mode and let them trick to prove your ability. You can sew French knots for various flower designs, landscapes or just random patterns to form a point group called French knots. So, you can make a French knot yourself. However, don't forget to practice this stitch until it becomes natural.