The Stitch Vault
A wonderful light coverage background.
This is another wonderful stitch for a small space. Reverse Basketweave gets its name from the pattern created on the back of a canvas done in Basketweave.
This is another great example of arranging simpler stitches together to make one more ornate pattern.
Alternating Scotch Stitch is made up of Scotch Stitches and Reverse Scotch Stitches. It is a great example of how you can use simpler stitches arranged into a pattern to create something more ornate.
Moorish Stitch- Reverse is an ornate diagonal stitch.
Moorish Stitch is an ornate diagonal stitch.
Brick Stitches can be worked in so many different combinations. They are by far some of the most versatile stitches in needlepoint.
The Rice Stitch is another great square stitch. It makes a beautiful border on a canvas.
Ming Stitch is a wonderful stitch for larger areas made up of horizontal stitches.
The binding stitch is a handy stitch to add to your add to your needlepoint tool box, particularly when it comes to self finishing projects.