Stitch Techniques

Seed Stitch

The seed stitch is a beginner-friendly stitch that is great at quickly filling in a large area. This fill stitch is a great choice when...

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Satin Stitch

The satin stitch is a great fill stitch and a convenient way to cover a large area of your embroidery quickly.

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Chain Stitch

The chain stitch is a thick and durable stitch that is great for working on clothing! The chain stitch creates a unique texture that works...

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Stem Stitch

The stem stitch is a sophisticated technique perfect for not only creating stems for floral embroidery motifs but also looks great when monograming on clothing. The...

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French Knot

The French Knot is a great method for creating beautiful texture with your embroidered pieces. Watch the video tutorial below to see how different amounts...

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Algerian Eye aka "Star" Stitch

The Star Stitch (also known as the Algerian Eye Stitch) is a beginner-friendly way to embroider stars. You can also utilize this stitch technique to...

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Running Stitch

The running stitch is one of the most beginner-friendly and a great introductory if you are new to embroidery. Utilizing the running stitch in your...

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Back Stitch

Learn how to do the back stitch technique with this how-to video! The back stitch is one of the most beginner-friendly and versatile stitches and is...

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Floating Flowers

Master the floating flowers technique, seen on various patterns throughout the site, with the use of satin stitches and French knots. Check out the video...

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