What Is a Gathering Stitch?

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A gathering stitch is a long running stitch that can be pulled to gather fabric. The stitches are used as easy ways to create ruffles in fabric and are key part when it comes to sewing.
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1. Set your sewing machine to a wide stitch width to create a machine-basted stitch. 2. Sew one line of stitches 5/8-inch away from the edge of the fabric, making sure to back stitch
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Using needle and thread start at one end of what you want to gather, space each stitch about 1/4 to 3/8 long stitches. The thread on the needle needs to be longer than length of what
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Learn how to do a gathered stitch in this knitting tutorial from Howcast.
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