Embroidery may be an old lady hobby but over the past years it has gotten more and more popular and trendy.

Back Stitch
The back stitch is great for outlining. To do it, simply feed needle through fabric. Then, make a stitch backward in the desired size and repeat.

Back Stitch.png

Running Stitch
The running stitch is another great option for outlining! To do it, feed the needle through and make a stitch in the desired size. When you bring the needle back up, leave a bit of space then make another stitch and repeat.

Running Stitch.png

Split Stitch
The split stitch can be used for outlining but is also great for filling. To do it, feed the needle through and make a stitch in the desired size. When you bring the needle back up, go through the center of the first stitch and repeat.

Chain Stitch.png

Stem Stitch
The stem stitch is great for outlines. To do it, feed the needle up through and make a stitch in the desired size. When you bring the needle back up, go up right to the side of the first and repeat.

Stem Stitch.png

Satin Stitch
The satin stitch is the one you are going to want to use mostly to fill. To do it, feed the needle through and make a stitch is the desired size. Then, make another stitch very close to the other and repeat.

Satin Stitch.png

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