Double Lazy Daisy stitch is a simple and easy stitch if you know the lazy daisy stitch. This stitch is a very beautiful stitch and can be worked in many combinations of colors.
What you will need?
- Any fabric.
- Embroidery hoop, 15cm (6″) (Bigger if you are working on a larger design) ( You can purchase a set of 6 hoops from Amazon for your basic needs.)
- Tapestry needle
- Embroidery thread (You can buy this pack of 36 shades of the DMC embroidery floss.)
How many strands of floss do you need for making the Double Lazy Daisy Stitch?
You can use all 6 strands of the floss. But if you are working on a finer design, then start with 2 strands of floss and increase the number of strands according to your design. I have used all 6 strands for making this stitch.
Step by Step Pictorial Process of making the Double Lazy Daisy Stitch
1. Start by bringing the thread up from below the fabric at point A. Next, insert the needle at point A and without taking the needle down, bring it up at point B. Keep the floss under the needle and pull the thread up.
2. Make a lazy daisy by inserting the needle at point C. Note that Point C will be just above point B. A straight stitch will form from point B to point C. This straight stitch will be useful for our further tutorial. Insert the needle again at point A.
3. Work on the second set of the lazy daisy stitch by passing the needle through the straight stitch that was formed in step 2.
4. Insert the needle again at point A. Your double lazy daisy stitch is ready.
Tips for working the Double Lazy Daisy Stitch
- Knowing the lazy daisy stitch will help to work this stitch easily.
What is this stitch used for?
- This stitch can be used for many decorative embroidery stitches.
- Double lazy daisy can be used in place of the lazy daisy stitch too.
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Check out the video tutorial below
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