How to Sew French Knots
The French knot is a funny little stitch that can be used to add a different sort of texture to a piece of embroidery. My favourite way to use them is as blossom, but they can be used whenever a round stitch is called for, but a woven wheel would be too big.
How to Embroider French Knots
1. Bring the thread through to the right side of the fabric.
3. Pull the thread so that it is fairly taut.
4. Take the needle through the fabric to the wrong side, close to where you brought it through originally. Be careful not to put it through in exactly the same place, or your French knot will disappear!