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Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Running Stitch - Double

The double running stitch is worked in two passes, and is worked similarly to the single running stitch. This stitch looks interesting worked in two colors or two weights of thread.

Cross stitch tutorial about the Holbein stitch, or double running stitch

Double Running Stitch - Reversible Stitching

This video tutorial will explain how to do a double running stitch, or Holbein stitch. This stitch can be a reversible stitch in blackwork or cross stitch.

The French knot is one of several knotted stitches used in embroidery. It can be worked individually, in groups as a filling, or along a line or path.

The Nightmare Know: How to Make a French Knot Easily

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.

Working the Running Stitch

Your Guide for Working Running Stitch

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

Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Chain Stitch and Chain Stitch Filling

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.

Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need: Running Stitch

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 the Back Stitch in Hand Embroidery

How to Work the Back Stitch in Hand Embroidery

Back stitch is a basic embroidery stitch that is useful for working thin lines or for outlining patterns and shapes.

The back stitch is a basic embroidery stitch used to produce a thin line of stitching, or to outline shapes that will be filled with satin stitch.

How to Work the Back Stitch in Hand Embroidery

The back stitch is a basic embroidery stitch used to produce a thin line of stitching, or to outline shapes that will be filled with satin stitch.: How to Work the Back StitchTips and Tricks for Back Stitch

Sheaf Stitch: Working the Sheaf Stitch

How to Work the Sheaf Stitch

Learn to work the Single Seed Stitch and Double Seed Stitch. These basic embroidery stitches can be used as a light filling, or to pad satin stitch.

Learn Every Embroidery Stitch You'll Ever Need

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.

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