Fishbone Stitch is most often used to fill in shapes such as leaves and feathers. It consists of a series of slanted stitches that overlap in the middle creating a center spine.
What is the purpose of fishbone stitch?
The fishbone stitch is often used to create and fill a leaf design or comparable shape. In order to work the motif, first a line of tiny dots is drawn down its middle.
What is fish bone embroidery?
Fishbone Stitch 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 center, thus ideal to make leaves or feathers.
What is a leaf stitch?
As the name tells, this is a stitch exclusively used to make leaves. The simple satin stitch is used in a particular way to fill in a leaf to give it a more realistic appearance. Therefore, this stitch is used commonly in crewel embroidery and, especially, in Brazilian embroidery.
What is the meaning of Seed stitch?
1 : a short straight stitch used for background filling in embroidery. 2 : moss stitch.
What is the meaning of French knot stitch?
: a decorative stitch made by winding the thread one or more times around the needle and drawing the needle back through the material at the point where it came out.
What is meaning of satin stitch?
: an embroidery stitch worked in parallel lines so closely and evenly as to resemble satin.
What is meaning of feather stitch?
: an embroidery stitch consisting of a line of diagonal blanket stitches worked alternately to the left and right.
What is 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. Also known as bullion knot, coil stitch, grub knot, Porto Rico rose, post stitch or worm stitch.
What is Lazy Daisy stitch?
: an embroidery stitch formed by an elongated loop held down at the free end by a small stitch.