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Ladder Stitch is a kind of embroidery stitch used on plain-and even weave fabrics. It has a ladder-like appearance, hence the name, and it is used as a border stitch or to fill a long, narrow shape of varying width. This stitch should always be worked on

Learn to work the scroll stitch for hand embroidery. This beautiful surface embroidery stitch works by looping the thread under the needle as you stitch.

The long-armed cross stitch, sometimes known as elongated cross stitch, creates a row of interlocking stitches that resemble a braid.