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This stitch is a pile stitch, which makes a series of closely worked loops. These are cut and trimmed after the stitching is finished to give a pile similar to the pile of a carpet. The loops should be worked around a pencil or large knitting needle to keep the size constant. Each loop is secured by a backstitch as shown. Each row is worked above the preceding row, keeping the rows as close together as possible.

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