WEBVTT - Eyelet stitch
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1. Draw a circle on the fabric and bring a needle up at any point on the circumference.
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2. Take your needle down on the circumference: the length of the stitch should be the distance between two numbers on a clock face, i.e. approximately 30 degrees. Work another back stitch on top of this one, pulling your stitches taut.
Then come up in the initial hole and go down in the centre of the circle.
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3. Bring the needle up in the previous hole on the circumference and go down again in the centre, pulling your stitches taut. This should result in two stitches between the circumference and the centre of the circle.
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4. To continue, bring the needle up on the circumference, a stitch length from the starting point (the distance between two numbers on a clock face). Continue as before with the pairs of back stitches, making sure each stitch is pulled taut.
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5. One completed circle with twelve pairs of stitches worked into its centre, edged with twelve pairs of back stitches.
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6. The second circle is joined onto the first one by sharing one of the twelve pairs of back stitches on the circumference.
Bringing your needle up in one of the holes on the circumference of the previous circle, work two stitches between the centre of the second circle and the circumference and two back stitches on the circumference.
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7. Continue in the same manner around the second circle. Move onto the next circle and repeat until you fill the required areas.