Monday, August 16, 2010


Railroading is a term used by stitchers to describe a specific stitching technique. When using this techniques, the floss is smoothed down with a laying tool or tapestry needles and floss strands lay side-by-side - like the rails of a railroad track. The twist of the floss in the stitch is evident if the strands are not flat against the fabric. The below link contains a visual tutorial. Maiden

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