Posted April 19, 2020 08:00:10 The process of locking stitch to a frame is fairly straightforward.
To lock stitch, you first need to make a loop through the stitches, which is where the loop comes from.
You can also make loops in a pattern to form a chain.
To create a lockstitched garment, you need to hold your needle close to the stitch to keep it from slipping.
Here’s how to lock the stitch onto the frame.
To do this, you will need to put the needle inside a loop of the stitch.
You will then need to twist the loop inside a chain, which will help to keep the stitch from slipping while the needle is still inside the loop.
Then, you can hold your thread close to your stitch and twist the thread around the loop to lock it.