This is another version of a variation of sorbello in a step by step. My next post will be the fun part with some samples I’ve done with these two versions I’ve developed.
This version was not due to any concern for the stability of my variation of the sorbello stitch itself. (Referred to in this post as the third stitch in the first photograph.) It is only an add on for more versatility with the stitch. Please don’t hesitate to leave a comment if you know a name for this version or you know it as another stitch. Any questions you may have about it are welcomed as always.
I started out with a straight stitch worked from left to right and hopefully the photographs will lead the way through the rest of the stitch.
When making the step above do not pull the loop forming under the two legs of the stitch tightly. Allow the loop to be a little loose as shown in the next photograph. If it is pulled too much it can be loosened up but I found easier to find the comfort point and not have to adjust later.