Our first stitch is the basic running stitch.
This is the simplest stitch. This is the stitch that you would use if you just wanted to join
fabric together or hem something and what it’s going to do is it’s going to go in and
out of the fabric, in and out of the fabric without doubling back on itself. It’s very
simple. You just, this is your right side, this is your wrong side and this is your right
side, you want to put the knot on the wrong side and now what the running stitch consists
of is just a needle going in and then back out and then it goes in again and back out and
you can change the width of the stitch depending like let’s say that you want to just get it
tighter you can do it at maybe an eighth of an inch. I’ll show you a couple of eighth
of inches and you’re going right up next to it. There we have it. So that’s your basic
running stitch, the simplest stitch, in and out, in and out, that’s what you’re going
to do. There we are.