For beginners | The angle of the satin stitch shifts more and more! 2 recommended methods to solve


Satin stitch where the angle shifts more and more

The problem that the angle of the satin stitch gradually shifts when the satin stitch is stabbed at the same angle.

This time, we will introduce two recommended methods to keep the angle from shifting when you want to stab the satin stitch at the same angle.

Video | 2 recommended ways to stab satin stitches at the same angle

【1】Draw a line on the embroidery design with a ruler

Write the angle on the embroidery design paper with a ruler, and draw the line of the angle on the cloth together.

If the original design does not have an angle marker, use a ruler to add the angle line on the design paper.


This time, we will be doing satin stitch at the same angle, so we will draw the lines of the angles so that they are parallel.


When copying the design, also copy the line of the angle.


Just like the design, it will be easier to embroider if a thin, sharp, and dark draft line.

★If you add lines in the middle of the satin stitch, it will be easier to embroider.

It is also recommended to add more angle lines while working on the satin stitch.


Immediately after crossing the line, “It’s far to the next line! ’ I sometimes think.

In such a case, if you add lines while doing satin stitch, it will be easier to embroider.


【2】Make an angle line with embroidery thread

Make the angle line first with embroidery thread ⇒ Proceed with satin stitch to fill the gap


Another method is to embroider the draft line of the angle first with embroidery thread.

By making a mark of the angle line with embroidery thread, the mark of the angle becomes easier to understand than when only the draft line is used.


After embroidering the draft line of the angle with embroidery thread, simply fill in the gaps between the threads, so you can proceed with the satin stitch very easily.


★It will be easier to embroider if you add the angle lines in the middle of the satin stitch and poke them with embroidery thread to make a lot of angle markers.

Far to the line of the next angle! When I think about it, I add more detailed draft lines.

The satin stitch is easier to finish beautifully if you start embroidering from a wide area to a narrow area.

For the photo above
・The angle line is embroidery from the bottom to the top.
・The satin stitch itself is embroidery from top to bottom.
is recommended.


Once you have the marks, fill in the gaps in the angle lines.


As an aside, it’s also a good idea to pay attention to the direction in which the embroidery advances.

Basically, you start stitching from the widest part to the narrowest part, but in case you can sew from either side, knowing the direction that is easier for you to sew is one of the tricks to make a beautiful satin stitch. is.

Each person has a different direction to embroider, and even with the same satin stitch, some people prefer to embroider from right to left, others from left to right, others from top to bottom, and others from bottom to top. The finish can vary greatly depending on how easy it is.

If you feel that it is difficult to embroider the satin stitch, try changing the direction of the satin stitch.