The festoon stitch can be hand embroidered or machine embroidered, in patchwork and macramé. To embroider this simple stitch, we make a row of connecting stitches.
Wavy – Changes the length of the vertical stitches, creating a waterfall effect; Slanted – In this variation, the vertical points are not straight, but the slope is varied Scallop Wheels – Here we have the scallop stitch worked in circles. Next, you can see these ideas to make embroidery with the different variations of the satin stitch:
The different types of points Open – It is the most used by embroiderers in their projects, to finish off blankets, napkins and tablecloths; Double – Between the open scallops, a double pass is made; Crossed – The points are crossed in the form of a cross, creating a very decorative effect; Closed – Very similar to crochet stitches;
Then, we bring the needle with the thread along the edge of the fabric towards the back, heading to the first stitch we made. Next, we put the needle through the circle that we have created to fix the thread.