Lazy Daisy stitch is one of my favorites because of its versatility. I use this stitch in almost every piece that I create. This stitch is often also referred to as Detached Chain Stitch.
So let's jump into the steps:
1. Bring your needle up through the fabric from the back. Then poke the needle down right next to where you first brought it up.
2. Next bring the needle up at a point where you want the top of your daisy petal to be.
3. Slowly pull the needle and floss through the loop that you have just created. Make sure your needle is INSIDE the loop. Pull the thread in tight, but not so tight that it puckers the fabric or strains the floss.
4. Now that your loop is created, we want to secure it by poking your needle down at the top of the daisy stitch. And Voila! There is your first lazy daisy stitch.
To read through all the other stitches in my library, click HERE.
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