|Needlepoint Continental Stitch. A great all-over stitch. Learn how to do a needlepoint continental stitch and when to use it.|
|Needlepoint basketweave stitch. The Holy Grail of needlepoint stitches in terms of
basic coverage and ability not to distort the canvas.
|Our top three Needlepoint Background Stitches.|
|How to create a needlepoint darning stitch in the shape of a question mark.|
|Needlepoint Slanted Victorian Step Stitch - how and where to use it.|
|Needlepoint Kalem Stitch - Five reasons why we love this stitch and how to use it.|
|Using a needlepoint bargello pattern to highlight a single feature on a canvas.|
|A needlepoint swirl stitch is a very handy flowing pattern stitch to use on sea and sky.|
|Needlepoint heart darning stitches - three ways. Learn three ways to do a pretty background heart pattern|
|Couched Ray Stitch. Perfect for spokes, sun rays, spider webs.|
|Hungarian Criss-Cross stitch - use it when it snows.|
|Needlepoint Water Stitch. The perfect stitch for stitching, strangely enough... water?|
|Needlepoint Cashmere Stitch for borders|
|Needlepoint Couching. Add texture and definition to your
needlepoint with couching.
|Using a Gathered Stitch to stitch curly hair and fur.|
|Two easy needlepoint open stitches for quick background stitching.|
|Needlepoint Back Stitch. Great for surface embroidery. We use this one a lot.|
|Needlepoint Parisian Stitch. A good stitch for backgrounds and to show the
direction of movement as it can be worked horizontally or vertically.
|A Needlepoint Chain Stitch is useful for braids, cords, trunks etc.|
|Needlepoint Framed Scotch Stitch. This is a great stitch for creating a pattern on your canvas.|