ALL ABOUT DARNING SOCKS & KNITS 🧶 🧦 Tips & Tricks!July 20, 2021
WANT TO LEARN HOW TO DARN SOCKS & KNITWEAR? 🙋🏼♀️ Darning is a strong, reinforced repair for a hole or threadbare area. In this video, I am going through different types of darning techniques, as well as when & where to use them to mend your socks, knitted garments, accessories & blankets.
I am also sharing which tools, materials and tips & tricks you will need to be able to make a successful darn.
1:39 Best materials to use (yarns, darning thread, embroidery floss etc.)
2:48 Darning mushroom, darning eggs + alternatives
4:35 Darning needles, Tapestry needles & yarn needles – What’s the difference?
6:14 Which darning technique shall you use and when?
7:05 Machine Darning
7:58 A note about darning woven fabrics
9:17 The most common darning technique
10:12 Scotch Darning
10:48 Swiss Darning a.k.a Duplicate Stitch
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Ready to learn how to darn? Check out the videos below:
▸ Simple weave (warp/weft) darn:
▸ Swiss darning/Duplicate stitch:
▸ Scotch darning:
▸ Machine darning:
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My name is Matilda. Some call me Matti and that’s how the name Miss Matti was born. I am multi-passionate knitwear designer, that doesn’t only love knitting, but sewing, painting, drawing comics, upcycling and making things in general. I want to inspire you to create more, as well as living a life that is more sustainable both for yourself & the planet.
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