Question: How do you finish a spider web rose stitch?

What is spider web stitch?

A spider web stitch (also called whipped spider web, ribbed wheel and a few other names) is an isolated embroidery stitch that creates a round shape. Though it’s more solid than a true web, the spokes and lines do, in fact, resemble a spider web. This stitch works well as you embroider flowers and other round motifs.

What is Rose stitch?

It is sometimes called woven rose stitch, and as its name suggests, it forms a wheel or rose-like circle of woven thread. Although technically comprised of several stitches, the woven wheel it is referred to as a single stitch. Add it to your bold and beautiful floral embroideries.

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