The centre of the daisy may be satin-stitch or a cluster of French knots.
These, having been stitched in place, were worked over in satin-stitch.
But why apply the term "satin-stitch" exclusively to parallel lines of stitches all of a length?
We may employ floss-silk and satin-stitch for such works with safety.
The sewing-over may be in chain-stitch, satin-stitch (as in Illustration 65), or in buttonhole-stitch—which last is strongest.
Seeding (Figure 139A) may be combined with satin-stitch in working monograms.
Worked in floss, the mere surface of satin-stitch is beautiful.
Few American girls excel in the satin-stitch, not because it is hard, but it must be perfectly accurate.
The padding should not cover the stamped outlines, for they are needed as a guide for the satin-stitch.
Little eyelets or satin-stitch dots are worked between the lines.