Herring borne is used as a decorative stitch for finishing hems and raw edges of sams.
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How it is worked
- Make a running stitch on single material just below the raw edge and a little way to the right,
- Bring the needle out beneath the end of a back
- Stitch mode a double fabric
- Take the next running stitch in double materials a little to the right.
- Bring out above the end of the first running stitch
- Continue working on stitches this way.
Stem stitch: It is often used as an outline stitch mostly for stems and leaves.
- Work the stitch to progress from the worker
- Bring the needle out on the line to be stitched.
- Put the needle in a short distance along the line and bring it out half way down.
- Keep the thread on the right hand side of the line
- Work from left to right, taking small regular stitch along the line of the design.
- 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
- Explain herring borne stitches
- Explain stem stitches
Explain how to make herring borne and stem stitches