Embroider French Knot

Embroider French Knot

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Learn to Embroider French Knot

Learn to Embroider French Knot

Learn to Embroider French Knot

Learn to embroider the French Knot onto your crochet and knit projects.

I was originally intimidated by the thought of doing this on the project but didn’t realize how easy it was. After a couple of tries, I was quite impressed by how easy it really was.

During my trials, I was screwing up on the direction to wrap the needle. It works if you wrap the needle right away versus the wrong way. In the tutorial, I show you which way to wrap your needle to get it right.

Wrap the needle twice and insert it into the project and it’s done.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

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