This is kind of woven effect is done with the interlacing stitch over the basic kutch stitch.
Things to remember-
1. the thickness of the thread depends on the size of the basic square.
2. After the pattern is filled with the stitch, the cloth on which it is done should not be seen. The thread weaving should cover the whole pattern.
3. Important- the thread path- the thread always goes up and down alternatively, this keeps the embroidery intact.looks attractive also. If there are mistakes, it is visible to the eye, and the finished look is not good.
4. take time to draw the design as perfect and neat as possible, otherwise it is difficult to – move around- and simultaneously rectify the original design.
practice a lot. understanding is better that way
It starts with the basic kutch filling pattern.This stitch can be worked only on closed filling kutch pattern and not on open patterns. For this the basic stitch is-
The normal kutch filling looks like this-
The woven kutch filling has this effect-
The patterns are done big for photographic purposes only! That the threads going above and below can be seen clearly with the spaces in between. Remember , if the pattern is worked like this, it looks ugly!
Now for the actual working-
The base stitch in blue-
The similarity with the normal stitch ends here.
I have worked the same base stitch with space in between to see the weaving of the interlacing stitch-
Start at the same point as the normal interlacing stitch, but instead of turning at right angle at the next square, go straight, across the middle space, to the opposite square. Remember to weave up and down on the base stitch.