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2016 Pulled Thread Pattern No.11

2016 SAL Pulled Thread Embroidery
Pattern No.11 Instructions


Anchor your thread down to the right
(Under the four-sided-stitch)
of your first stitch "Start Point".


Count six threads Rightwards from “Start Point" (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards (needle up)


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards (needle up)


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards
(needle up)

Diagram 11-1


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and three threads
Leftwards (needle up)

Diagram 11-2


On the way back, turn your fabric 90 degree counter-clockwise.
Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and three threads Leftwards (needle up)


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and three threads Leftwards (needle up)

Diagram 11-3



Turn your fabric 90 degree clockwise again

Count six threads Downwards (needle down)
Count fifteen threads Leftwards and three threads Upward (needle up) for Row 2


Repeat the same


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards (needle up)




Turn your fabric 90 degree counter-clockwise and
stitch the Pattern No 11-3 for the second time.

***Look at the position of the pink anchor knot is changed!


Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards (needle up)


Repeat the same...

Count six threads Rightwards (needle down)
Count three threads Upwards and nine threads Leftwards (needle up)


Pink colour - Pattern No.11-3
+
Blue colour - Pattern No.11-3 
(with fabric 90 degree counter-clockwise turned)
= Pattern No.11


Turn your fabric 90 degree clockwise
again after finished the pattern.




Here is the position of Pattern No.11


Anchor or take a small stitch
(under the four-sided-stitch)
before next row if you think it's needed.


Start and finish your threads with care!
Please try to avoid changing your thread in the middle of the row!
Pulled Thread Embroidery is all about tension. Do not distort the fabric.




Happy Stitching!