Wheatear Stitch Toaster Cover – Free sewing patterns – Sew Magazine

Wheatear stitch belongs to the chain stitch family. A combination of a chain stitch with two straight stitches repeated in a line, it resembles a stalk of wheat or barley. It is not particularly versatile but it can be combined with other stitches very effectively to create beautiful designs. Reminiscent of the wheatsheaf patterns that seemed to decorate all toasters in the 1970s, we used this simple to master style to make and decorate our very own cover.


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