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The French knot is one of several knotted stitches used in surface embroidery, and produces a knot similar to a Colonial knot. This stitch h.

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Chinese cross stitch is worked using horizontal and vertical straight stitches in groups of three. It makes a pretty border or edging on a project, and can be worked in a single row, or multiple rows.

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The sheaf stitch can be worked singly as a design element, in rows, or in a random pattern as a filling stitch. It gets its name from the how the threads are bundled, resembling a sheaf of wheat.

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The French Knot with Tail stitch is worked similarly to a standard French knot but has a tail. It works well used as a small flower, as a flower center, or as stamens.

Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Feather Stitch

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

The running stitch is a basic stitch, and is usually the first stitch learned by the beginner embroidery enthusiast or sewer.

How to Work Fern Stitch

Learn How to Work Fern Stitch in Hand Embroidery

How to Work Fern Stitch

Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Back Stitch

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Back Stitch The Back Stitch is a basic embroidery and sewing stitch used to produce a thin line of stitching, to outline shapes that will be filled with satin stitch, or to stitch fabric pieces together.

Paris Stitch

How to Work the Blanket Stitch

The Paris stitch is a surface embroidery stitch worked in vertical and horizontal straight stitches, and mimics blanket stitch.

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Ermine Stitch is a very easy stitch which can be used either singly or in rows, or scattered as a filling stitch. It is often used to fill up areas in blackwork embroidery.

Feather Stitch - Single

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

Here you will find a list of embroidery stitches for surface embroidery. These are the basic stitches that every beginner to embroidery should learn.

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

The long-armed cross stitch, sometimes known as elongated cross stitch, creates a row of interlocking stitches that resemble a braid.

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Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

The chain stitch is a looped stitch that is worked individually, or along a curved or straight line. There are many variations of this stitch, and here you will learn to work the basic chain stitch.

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