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Pull the ribbon tail tightly across the front of the needle. 5. Create a second French knot and then position the third knot by, again, couching the ribbon in place. 8. Tack the ribbon in place; this will automatically pull the ribbon tail into the center of the cluster to hide it. Clip the excess ribbon and add a few more stitches to lock down any frayed ends. LESSON EIGHT: THE FRENCH KNOT 57 LESSON NINE: ruching R uching. Now, there is a term that interests me. The word refers to gathering a ribbon.
With the needle down, rotate the hoop to place the next spoke at 12 o’clock. Create another loop. Repeat to complete all 5 ribbon loops. 5. Pull the ribbon over the tweezers toward the front of the needle and gently pull the tail to rest at 4 o’clock. 8. When all the loops have been made, secure 6. Using your left index finger, press the ribbon tail tightly against the fabric an inch or so from the needle. Take a few tacking stitches in place on the ribbon. 32 SIMPLE SILK RIBBON EMBROIDERY BY MACHINE them by sewing in a small circle over the excess ribbon at the center of the flower.
6-o’clock position. 6. After you have crossed the ribbons, hold the tails 9. Stitch to the final dot. [Note: The image view is at 10 o’clock and 2 o’clock to create proper tension at the needle. ] 7. Take a single jump stitch across the crossed 10. Bring the ribbons from the back to cross left ribbon. over right in front of the needle. Hold the ribbon tails at 10 o’clock and 2 o’clock and make a jump stitch to tack in place. ] LESSON SIX: THE OPEN ROSE 45 11. Hold the ribbons aside and stitch to the 13.