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How to Sew the Straight Stitch

How to Sew a Straight Stitch
How to Sew a Straight Stitch
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The straight stitch is a super useful stitch to know and have mastered when it comes to sewing or embroidery. This How to Sew the Straight Stitch video tutorial will show you exactly how to master this stitch so that it comes out perfect every time. Whether you are making nice long stitches for perfect straight lines, or you are using this stitch in smaller motion to make some curved lines, the straight stitch will be the perfect stitch for you to use. Plus, this craft video shows you just how easy it is to complete! 

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueSewing

Beginner

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Materials List

  • Sewing needle
  • Thread

How to Sew the Straight Stitch

Straight Stitch Embroidery Tutorial

  1. With your threaded needle start from the back. 

  2. Come up at your line. 

  3. Bring your stitch backwards onto the line, and pull your thread through.

  4. Bring your thread back up through your line, and stitch back into the hole you had previously come out of in your first stitch. 

  5. Repeat this process. 

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Any beginner watching these videos? They are so helpful are they not? This straight stitch is a must for just about any embroider project you do and it makes the project complete. You must master this stitch and I sure wish I had these videos when I did embroidery and I probably would not have given up on it. I have some that I must try again and this time I may show my grand daughter how to do it too. Is there a video on turning the corners and is it better to do stitches long or short. I am loving these videos.

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