How To Sew A Running Stitch
Start with a threaded needle and fabric you’d like to sew or embellish. Chalk and a straight edge can be helpful.
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Optional: use the chalk and straight edge to draw guidelines for stitching.
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Move the needle up and down through the fabric in order to achieve a dashed line look. That’s the running stitch.
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You can load quite a few stitches onto the needle before you pull the thread through.
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Three different stitch patterns, same stitch. Offset, even, random.
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You can make a guide for almost perfectly even stitches by drawing lines your thumb.
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To tie it off, wrap the thread around the needle as it comes out the back side, and pull through like tying a knot.
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