The reverse chain stitch it one of my favorite stitches. Not only does it add texture and dimension to an embroidery, but it also reminds me of a warm chunky sweater. The reverse chain stitch is chain links in a row. When in a single row they can look like a bracelet, and when stitches in a large section can look like knitting. Watch how how we'll be using the reverse chain stitch in the Stained Glass Sampler embroidery pattern in the video tutorial below. See the stitch step-by-step in the instructional tutorial.
1. To start the reverse chain stitch, make one short back stitch in the direction you want your chain to be stitched.