Skip to content

PRACTICAL DECORATIVE STITCHES ON BROWN PAPER

Home Economics (Primary Classes)

HERRING- BORNE

Herring borne is used as a decorative stitch for finishing hems and raw edges of sams.

How it is worked

  1. Make a running stitch on single material just below the raw edge and a little way to the right,
  2. Bring the needle out beneath the end of a back
  3. Stitch mode a double fabric
  4. Take the next running stitch in double materials a little to the right.
  5. Bring out above the end of the first running stitch
  6. Continue working on stitches this way.

STEM STITCH

Stem stitch: It is often used as an outline stitch mostly for stems and leaves.

Method:

  1. Work the stitch to progress from the worker
  2. Bring the needle out on the line to be stitched.
  3. Put the needle in a short distance along the line and bring it out half way down.
  4. Keep the thread on the right hand side of the line
  5. Work from left to right, taking small regular stitch along the line of the design.
  6. Let the thread come on left side of the previous stitch.

STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES

STEP I; The Teacher revises the previous week lesson.

STEPII: The Teacher introduces the new topic.

STEP III: The Teacher explains the note in details.

STEPIV: The Teacher gives room for pupils to ask questions.

STEPV: The Teacher evaluates the pupils.

ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

  1. Explain herring borne stitches
  2. Explain stem stitches

 

ASSIGNMENT

Explain how to make herring borne and stem stitches

 

See also

TYPES OF DECORATIVE STITCHES

PROCESS OF BASIC STITCHES

PERMANENT STITCHES

SEWING BASIC STITCHES

INCOME YIELDING CRAFTS

SUBSCRIBE BELOW FOR A GIVEAWAY

More Suggestions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *