To be a popular option for stitching utilized both for hand applications as well as with many of the better sewing machines, the interlock stitch is probably the more secure types of stitches utilized today. Ideal for stitching about clothing and items that are designed to see many wear and tear, this stitch might possibly be conceived as being fairly complicated.

In reality, the interlock method is an extremely straightforward type of interconnecting stitch that may be for use with cut-and-sew knit textile projects. Here is a comprehensive process for achieving this stitch on knit material.

Basically, the interlock stitch employs the majority of the same steps as included in creating a buttonhole stitch. The difference is the fact interlock stitches double to come back on themselves at each row in the stitch pattern. To start off the loop back, begin by anchoring the thread within the underside of the garment.

From that point, run the thread up to the first cross thread found in the buttonhole stitch, taking care to run under, or interlock with all the cross thread. Move about the next square in the design, repeating the process until you will have completed the length that you would like to work with. All this lays out and about the basis for beginning the other phase of the interlocking

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