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Back Stitch- Back stitch is a stitch used in embroidery and sewing

stitches. Stitches are sewn backwards to the direction of the sewing.


They form lines and usually used tooutline shapes or add detail to an
embroidered picture.

Running Stitch- Running stitches are used in hand-sewing and tailoring


to sew basic seams, in hand patchwork to assemble pieces, and in
quilting to hold the fabric layers and batting or wadding in place.
Loosely spaced rows of short running stitches are used to support
padded satin stitch.

Bullion Stitch- Bullion stitch is a decorative technique that is worked


by twisting a thread around a sewing needle several times before
inserting the needle into the cloth. Short bullion stitches are
sometimes called bullion knots.

Fishbone Stitch- fishbone stitch. This is a kind of filling stitch which is


ideal for making leaves or feathers. It requires us to divide the pattern
into two and each side is filled alternately giving it a plaited effect in
the centre, thus ideal to make leaves or feathers.

Lazy Daisy Chain Stitch- This is often used to give petal designs and
small floral patterns. It consists of a single loop of chain than the
continuous pattern. Lazy daisy is one of the extremely easy stitches.
This stitch need not be limited to just petals and leaves, but can be
used for more complicated designs too.
Seed Stitch- A seed stitch (also known as isolated back stitch, seeding stitch,
seed fillling stitch or speckling stitch) is in fact a series of tiny straight
stitches or back stitches taken at all angles and in any direction, but more or less
of an equal length. These small stitches are used to fill in either part of a design
or the ground. To be effective the stitches are normally placed quite irregularly
and without making any pattern.

Cross Stitch- Cross-stitch is a form of sewing and a popular form of counted-


thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like pattern are
used to form a picture. ... Cross-stitch is also executed on easily countable fabric
called aida cloth but the threads are not actually counted.
Embroidery Hoop

An embroidery hoop or (earlier) tambour frame consists of a pair


of concentric circular or elliptical rings. The larger ring has a
tightening device, usually in the form of a metal screw.

Embroidery Scissors
Embroidery scissors are a special type scissors used to cut sewing thread
or multi-ply embroidery thread. They are specially designed with long thin pointy
tips to allow someone to cut threads in tight areas accurately and with a clean
sharp cut. This is useful in embroidery where there are a lot of threads and
precision is important for neat results.

Sewing Box
A basket used to store materials for making or mending clothes
or other things, such as a needle and thread
Tape Measure

A tape measure or measuring tape is a flexible ruler and used to


measure distance.

Thimble
a metal or plastic cap with a closed end, worn to protect the finger and push the
needle in sewing.

Needle Threader

A needle threader is a device for helping to put thread through the eye of
a needle. Many kinds exist, though a common type combines a short length of
fine wire bent into a diamond shape, with one corner held by a piece
of tinplate or plastic. The user passes the wire loop through the needle eye,
passes the string through the wire loop, and finally pulls both the loop back
through the needle by the handle, which pulls the thread through.
Embroidery Needle

a long needle with an eye large enough for heavy darning orembroidery thread