Last stitch took us to Scotland and Greece with the Scottish Cretan Stitch, now we are in Russia.
The Point Russe Stitch was found in Mary Thomas's Dictionary of Embroidery Stitches. It is simple and easy, just make five straight stitches in an arch.
Have a look:
To make even stitches on plain weave, it is a good idea to make a template and mark the fabric.
Add stitches to these three pieces.
Then just imagine all the things you can do with the basic stitch.... changing the length and width of the legs, adding knots, beads, placing a button at the bottom, using the legs for needle weaving... isn't this the ultimate embellishing stitch for crazy quilting?