Vintage Chicken Scratch design
What Is Chicken Scratch Embroidery?
As the early settlers moved across America, the craft came with them. Thus, it's known by different names: Amish embroidery, depression lace, lace stitch, and snowflake embroidery.
certain stitches, the thread or floss creates a lacelike design on the fabric. Three stitches are used to create chicken scratch embroidery – the double cross-stitch, the straight running stitch, and the weaving stitch. (click here to see how the stitch is embroidered)
Additional materials needed to complete: Hoop, needle and floss.
Each package contains one pair of standard size pillowcases of cotton/poly broadcloth, with a perle edge finish.
Floss requirements included.
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