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Chain Stitch

Chain Stitch is a great way to sew multiple projects using the same colored thread so you don’t waist thread. #chainstitch

Chain Stitch

Chain Stitch is a great way to sew multiple projects using the same colored thread so you don’t waist thread. ​

I am not sure if that is the actual sewing term, but it is what I am calling it.

The point is simple!

To save thread!

You do this by simply sew your seam then when you get to the end sew a little then start your next sewed project.

Like I did making those bowl cozies.

Chain Stitch is a great way to sew multiple projects using the same colored thread so you don’t waist thread. ​
Chain Stitch is a great way to sew multiple projects using the same colored thread so you don’t waist thread. ​

Just cut the thread between the two!

It saves thread as you don’t need to keep pulling the thread tail out over and over.

For example I did this with 3 designs of bowl cozies, 6 squares that used the same blue thread.

I call it a chain stitch as it seems they are linked together by stitches. You might call it a link stitch. (If you know the real name, feel free to share).

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