Try This Tip for Evenly Spaced Hand Stitches

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It Works for All Types of Stitches!

Do you enjoy hand stitching but tend to achieve uneven results? A simple trick can make all the difference, helping you to easily produce evenly spaced stitches without slowing you down.

In fact, this is so easy it created a “Why didn’t I think of that?!” moment for us. May Chappell illustrates her technique in the following photo.

Try This Tip for Evenly Spaced Hand Stitches

Simply mark even lines on your thumb and use those to space your stitches. May uses this for all types of stitches, but especially for blanket and chain stitches. Give it a try the next time you’re hand stitching.

Click here for the “Even Stitching” article.

Image Source:  The image at the top of the page is from “Perfect Your Blanket Stitch With These 3 Easy Methods.”


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