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Learn how-to whip stitch on felt with Erin from My Poetic Memory in #TechniqueTuesday and then make her Felt Bunny Pin!


  • How to stitch . How To Whip Stitch On Felt - Step 1
    Step 1

    Thread strands of embroidery thread through needle, leaving about a four inch tail and knotting the long end.

  • How to stitch . How To Whip Stitch On Felt - Step 2
    Step 2

    Insert needle into fabric and pull through so the knot catches.

  • How to stitch . How To Whip Stitch On Felt - Step 3
    Step 3

    Add top layer of fabric. Bring needle around the edges and back through the front, pushing the needle through both layers of fabric. Be sure not to pull too tightly or you can damage the felt.

  • How to stitch . How To Whip Stitch On Felt - Step 4
    Step 4

    Continue to do this, keeping your stitches evenly spaced, until you reach the end.

  • How to stitch . How To Whip Stitch On Felt - Step 5
    Step 5

    On your last stitch, pull the needle through the loop and gently pull to create a knot. Pull needle through that loop to create a double knot.

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