Drizzle stitch is a 3-dimensional stitch that rises up from the fabric. The addition of a bead at the tip of the stitch, whilst fiddly to do, adds an interesting sparkle particularly when the stitches are worked in clumps. They can fill the centre of a flower or, as shown in the image above, form the base of the top notch on the head of a bird.
Whilst larger beads and thicker thread are used in the video clip on the tuition page, this was for clarity. The size of the beads, the type of thread and the size of the needles you would normally use for this stitch are spoken about in the instructions.
The 2¼ minute video tuition clip is filmed in high resolution and is accompanied by voice over instructions to guide you through the learning process.
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