french knot - Bring needle up through material, wrap thread around tip of needle the desired number of times, thrust needle downward 1 or 2 threads from where it was brought up. Draw thread through carefully to form knot on right side. Bring needle up in
Learn Scroll Stitch for Embroidering Textured Lines
Scroll Stitch This beautiful surface embroidery stitch is worked by looping the thread under the needle as you stitch, creating a graceful scroll-like effect. It can mimic rippling water or waves when used in beach or water-themed embroidery projects.
The colonial knot is one of several knotted stitches used in embroidery and is commonly used in Candlewicking embroidery. It can be worked individually, in groups as a filling, or along a line or path.
double overcast stitch - With a heavy corded embroidery thread, overcast the turned hem edge with even, slanting stitches one-fourth inch deep. Finish edge, turn fabric work a second row, matching the stitches at each end.