kantha, a traditional form of handwork from rural India and Bangladesh that encompass a wide range of designs that use only the running stit...

RUNNING STITCH - From "The Gentle Art of Stitching" by Jane Brocket. Here are illustrated examples of Kantha, a traditional form of handwork in rural India and Bangladesh encompassing a wide range of design that uses only the running stitches.

Also excited to share a DIY from Jessica of Miniature Rhino! Today she's teaching us to make an ombre stitched scarf :) #diy #scarf #ombre #embroidery

Embroidery 101 from Design Sponge: Scarf, satin stitch, and constellation embroidery tutorials

Kanth Stitched Pocket {Tote Bag Upgrade} | Radiant Home Studio

Add a Kantha Stitch Pocket {Tote Bag Upgrade

Learn how to upgrade a basic tote bag to a beautiful handmade accessory with this Kantha Inspired Tote Bag Tutorial. Add a touch of boho style to your bag with bright patchwork and kantha-inspired embroidery.

Kantha style stitching using #5 Perle Cotton, by Debby Schnabel of DebbyQuilts. See detail at https://www.pinterest.com/pin/38702878027555243/   While this "reads" as bars of satin stitch, it is actually stacks of running stitch.

Kantha style stitching using Perle Cotton by Debby Schnabel of DebbyQuilts. See detail at While this \reads\ as bars of satin stitch it is actually stacks of running stitch.

in love in love in love, absolutely in love. Tasseled Kantha Throw - $98 - anthropologie.com. Traditional kantha embroidery is created from a running stitch rendered by skilled Indian artisans. Cotton, machine wash. 60 " L, 70 " W. Style No. 33535279

Tasseled Kantha Throw -Traditional kantha embroidery is created from a running stitch rendered by skilled Indian artisans.

Kantha Patchwork Pillow - anthropologie.com

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Kimono fabric scraps with Kantha stitch

Kimono fabric scraps with Kantha stitch - recycling what would otherwise be waste

Lovely running stitch embroidery

Even if you prefer to sew by machine, there will come times when hand stitching is your best option. Hand stitching is usually preferred for finishing waistbands, linings, and hems, when you want to achieve a flawless finish.

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