Rhodes stitch tutorial – embroidery video

The Rhodes stitch is done in a very different way than other embroidery stitches. You can use this technique to fill triangles or circles, too, not just squares. Use the heavy texture it creates to cover areas with a series of stitches like a counted stitch. Sometimes this stitch can also serve as a textured stitch sprinkled around, too. In this tutorial, you will learn how to do this lovely embroidery stitch that is the Rhodes stitch.

This tutorial is part of the new lexicon of embroidery stitches.

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The Rhodes stitch embroidery tutorial

The movement of the needle is sometimes hard to get across with a sketch or photograph. Video is a great way for learning embroidery stitches. On my Youtube channel, you can find many more embroidery tutorials. Every Sunday, I publish a brand new embroidery stitch tutorial. To get notified when a new video goes live, subscribe to my Youtube channel and click on the bell right beside the button.

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More embroidery stitches…

If you want to see more embroidery stitch tutorials, you might like the embroidery stitch lexicon. You’ll find all 206 photo tutorials there. In addition, it also includes the stitch glossary where you can look for a specific stitch name with their translations and all of the brand new video tutorial posts!

If you are new to embroidery, I highly recommend the 7 days of stitches articles. It is a blog series where you can learn step by step and with a lot of explanations of how to do the most basic embroidery stitches.

Also, the beginner’s guide to embroidery helps you with all the other stuff like:

  • which materials and tools you need
  • how to attach the thread to the fabric before and after stitching
  • what to do after stitching

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