Tagged: stem stitch family

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Japanese Stitch

This variation of stem stitch family looks like the satin stitch. The technique used is that of outline stitch, the only difference being that every successive stitch is made within a short gap difference....

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Portuguese Stem Stitch

This stem stitch looks sophisticated after being completed. It is not though. It follows a simple stem stitch technique with a little extra looping between each stitch. I will work on a slightly curved...

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Coral Stitch

Also known as: German knot, Snail trail This stitch is done from right to left. The knots fall in between a trail of straight stitch. This stitch can be used for various different types...

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Split Stitch

Split Stitch a very old stitch used for outlining and filling in colors for patterns. Looking back into history, the Split stitch has its popularity placed at a high during the medieval ages in...

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Outline Stitch

Also known as: Crewel Stitch, Stalk Stitch, Point de Cable As the name suggests, this stitch is used to mark outlines in an embroidery pattern. It is a flexible stitch that can follow easy...

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Whipped Stem Stitch

The Whipped Stem Stitch is a wonderful variation done over a foundation of the Stem Stitch. It is easy to create a blend of two colors with this stitch. It also gives the Stem...

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Stem Stitch

Also known as: crewel stitch, stalk stitch, point de cable Through my research, I found out that stem stitch is crewel stitch. It is one of the easiest to be done and perhaps even...

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Stem Stitch Family

The stitches in this family are usually used to make outlines for a design or pattern. The Stem stitch family can be called the cousins of Back stitch family. This is because the stem stitch family...