In the last update discussed making long stitches with needle and stitch elongation techniques. In this update we'll look at some of the ways elongated stitches are used in stitch patterns. The extra length of these stitches makes some wonderful patterns possible, with stitch manipulations ranging from simple slipping to more complex combinations of slipping, threading, crossing and twisting. Let's look at a few examples
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