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Stitching Guides for The Camels

Stitching Guide for The Camels

We have created a number of how to videos to accompany The Camel embroidery kits and help you along the way. If you have a question not covered here, please send us a message using the form at the end and we can help you along the way.

We want you to enjoy stitching as much as us, therefore no question is too small!

We have created a number of how to videos to accompany The Camel embroidery kits and help you along the way. If you have a question not covered here, please send us a message using the form at the end and we can help you along the way.

We want you to enjoy stitching as much as us, therefore no question is too small!

Splitting the Thread and Tieing a Knot

Splitting the Thread and Tieing a Knot

This how to video guide will show you how to split your thread, thread the needle and create a knot for getting started with embroidery

This how to video guide will show you how to split your thread, thread the needle and create a knot for getting started with embroidery

Straight Stitch

Straight Stitch

This guide shows you how to do straight stitch, including using satin stitch for filling areas and running stitch for doing outlines.

This guide shows you how to do straight stitch, including using satin stitch for filling areas and running stitch for doing outlines.

Chain Stitch - Link Method

Chain Stitch - Link Method

This guide will introduce you to one of the two methods we use for creating chain stitch. The link method is often best used for doing outlines where you have more space around the stitches, whereas loop method is better for filling an area with chain stitch.

This guide will introduce you to one of the two methods we use for creating chain stitch. The link method is often best used for doing outlines where you have more space around the stitches, whereas loop method is better for filling an area with chain stitch.

Chain Stitch - Loop Method

This guide will introduce you to how to do chain stitch using the loop method. This method is best used when filling an area with chain stitch.

This guide will introduce you to how to do chain stitch using the loop method. This method is best used when filling an area with chain stitch.

Unpicking Areas

Unpicking Areas

It is inevitable when sewing that you will stitch areas which need to be unpicked. This guide will show you the best approach to use for unpicking areas.

It is inevitable when sewing that you will stitch areas which need to be unpicked. This guide will show you the best approach to use for unpicking areas.

Mounting Your Embroidery

Mounting Your Embroidery

When you have finished your embroidery, you may want to frame it. If so, this guide will show you the method I use to stretch, straighten and mount my embroidery pieces prior to framing..

When you have finished your embroidery, you may want to frame it. If so, this guide will show you the method I use to stretch, straighten and mount my embroidery pieces prior to framing.

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