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Citrus Slices: 1) stem stitch an outer circle; 2) chain stitch just inside the stem stitch; 3) stem stitch 8-10 segments, evenly spaced in the circle; 4) starting from the point of each segment, stitch two long chains on the LHS, finishing just inside the top edge, repeat this on the RHS, then fill the middle with additional chain stitches; and 5) complete all the segments in the same manner. Note: that there are three tones of a single colour for each slice.

Citrus Slices: 1) stem stitch an outer circle; 2) chain stitch just inside the stem stitch; 3) stem stitch 8-10 segments, evenly spaced in the circle; 4) starting from the point of each segment, stitch two long chains on the LHS, finishing just inside the top edge, repeat this on the RHS, then fill the middle with additional chain stitches; and 5) complete all the segments in the same manner. Note: that there are three tones of a single colour for each slice.

Oh so delicate. Learn how to embroider beads like this from experts who work for Chanel, Louis Vuitton and more at https://www.mastered.com/course-listings/3

Oh so delicate. Learn how to embroider beads like this from experts who work for Chanel, Louis Vuitton and more at https://www.mastered.com/course-listings/3

Here's my Top 10 List of embroidery stitches that beginners and beyond should definitely learn!

10 Hand Embroidery Stitches You Should Know

Work in progress 'Flowers of the field' by Japanese embroidery artist Yumiko Higuchi (b.1975). via the artist's blog

Work in progress 'Flowers of the field' by Japanese embroidery artist Yumiko Higuchi (b.1975). via the artist's blog

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