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Backstitch Cross Stitch Laxy-Daisy Stitch Rumanian Stitch
Holbein Stitch Leaf Stitch Feather Stitch Herringbone Stitch
Laid Stitch Straight Stitch Running Stitch Coral Stitch
Star Filling Stitch Overcast Stitch Trellis Stitch Stem Stitch
French Knot Couching Stitch Fishbone Stitch Satin Stitch
Split Stitch  Chain Stitch Brick Stitch Blanket Stitch
               

Chain Stitch

Work this stitch from the top. Bring needle up at the top of line. Make a loop with the thread and hold it in place with left thumb. Insert needle to the right where thread first came up. Now bring the needle out a short distance ahead on line, drawing needle over the loop.

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Blanket Stitch

This stitch is worked from left to right. Bring needle up and hold the loop of thread down with left thumb. Make a vertical stitch as in diagram, bringing the needle out over loop of thread.

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Split Stitch

This stitch is used for lines and outlines. The method of working is similar to stem stitch. However, when bringing out the needle, cause it to split the thread right in the center.

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Brick Stitch

Work a row of straight stitches, leaving the width of a stitch between every adjoining stitch. Make a second row of stitches in the same manner but interlock them with the first row of stitches. If you turn your work on its side, you will see how the stitches look like a brick surface.

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35 Comments


Riya Dave, Surat
September 26, 2014
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It is very easy to learn and also very easy to teach childrens. thank u.
 
Megalagowri, Coimbatore
May 4, 2014
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Nice stitch's superb
Webindia123, -
July 22, 2014
Thank you mam
 
Mrs . kavita achiket desai, Goa
May 8, 2013
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Its more beautiful & creative.
 
Ranjani, Chennai
September 26, 2012
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It is very easy to learn and also very easy to teach childrens. thank u.
 
M.Malarvizhi, Chennai
December 29, 2011
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Feel easy to learn
 
AARTI HARIA, INDIA
September 2, 2011
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THAMKS FOR GIVING INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BASIC STITCHES I LIKE DOING EMBROIDERY AND UR INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE HELPFUL TO ME. WOULD U KINDLY PUT INSTRUCTIONS ON NEW STITCHES ALSO. I WILL BE GRATEFULL
 
Ramya, Chennia
August 7, 2011
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Hi this tutorial was really very nice ...thank u so much ...i will definetly practice these.
 
devi, palakkad kerala
July 25, 2011
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realy very useful diagrams and explanations for the beginers.
 
sandhya panambur, karnataka
June 2, 2011
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very useful
 
saltanat, New Delhi
May 22, 2011
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Very informative
 
lalitha ninan, chennai
April 9, 2011
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very useful for the beginers.
 
Dr.Ami, surat
April 1, 2011
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its very nice work.please put more that type of work here
 
shalee, kerala
March 20, 2011
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very helpfull and simple works
 
tamilselvi, chennai
March 6, 2011
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i can"t belive,realy nice.
 
Susan George, cochin
February 17, 2011
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very simple and helpful
 
jaspreet, mumbai
November 16, 2010
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this is a lovely effort to teach basic embroidery stitches
 
Thanuja Balan, Cochin
November 6, 2010
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it is a very diffrent stiching in embroidery
 
RANJU, AUSTRALIA MELB
October 31, 2010
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HI I READ YOURATICLE WAS REALLY INTERESED DOING SOME NEDDLE WORK MYSELF I DO HUNGARIAN EMBROIDERY WHICH I REALLY LOVE WANT TO HEAR MORE FROM YOU THANK YOU
 
Saiphul Mallick, Kolkata, India
October 16, 2010
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Very useful site. Thank you so much for stitches information.
 
lakshmishree, vishakapatnam
September 3, 2010
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hi this is very interesting to learn with more elaborate pictures
 
Rupali, Kalwa
August 28, 2010
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hi!!!! all embroidare so good presentation i realy lot's of thankfull... bye
 
Anshuty agi,
August 10, 2010
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I learned 5stitches 2day from this site thnx,ur concept is so easy and i think bt this people can learn more and more stitches
 
MINNUMARIA, MUNNAR
August 10, 2010
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USEFUL.MAY PUT THE FINISHED DIAGRAMS ALSO
 
Dr. Anandavalli, Chennai
August 7, 2010
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Good explanation which is easy to understand and work with. Expecting to see much more embroidery Work which can be done on sarees. Thank you.
 
Antara, Kolkata
August 2, 2010
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Awesum page for an amatuer like me.. thanks a lot for your efforts to make the readers undertsand the intricacies of stitches...
 
Bhasin Sunita, Mumbai
July 28, 2010
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very much keen to learn new stitches definately this will help me lot to pursue my hobby
 
prashant kumar , gurgaon
July 27, 2010
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i want to know all about embroidery, embroidery stitches, Embroidry machine, machine head, Which design will make in which mechine....Please help me & advise. Tahnks
 
MANJULA, coimbatore
July 24, 2010
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it is very useful........
 
shenaz, mumbai
July 23, 2010
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beautiful i kiked it much.I want learn this work can mail me such things through which i can learn. pls.
 
junki ramteke, Nagpur
July 17, 2010
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sufficient information
 
sneha shah, surendranagar,gujarat
July 11, 2010
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thanks 4 teaching new stiches. i always use anchor threads 4 my hand work._
 
ManoramaRamesh , kerala
July 7, 2010
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I like to spend my free time in doing Embroidery i like this site
 
sainamagiri, madurai
May 26, 2010
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it wil good if some more details are added wit further 2 0r 3 steps
 
Samapada Gurav, Mumbai
May 12, 2010
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I want to learn this stitches.i love to do handmade workingin stitches
 
Vidya, Dharwad
May 6, 2010
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I learned lot of stitches from this web site. Stiches designs are ok, but you explain with picture step by step Thanks