Category: line stitch family, back stitch group
Use: line stitching
Translations: umschlungener Rueckstich/Rückstich (DE); point de piqûre rebrodé/orné/entrelacé (FR); punto pespunte entrelazados (ES)
Translations: doppelt umschlungener Rueckstich/Rückstich (DE); point de piqûre double rebrodé/orné/entrelacé (FR); punto pespunte entrelazados doble (ES)...
UPDATE: Originally I wrote this post in February 2014 as a tutorial series. However, I recently felt that it would be great to vamp this series up and add some new insights of my own, picture examples and a pinterest board to get in the mood to start stitching! So if you are reading this in 2016 and later: Hello! You are reading the better and improved versionThis is probably the most popular stitch with folks new to embroidery. It's neat and versatile and you can stitch your way through all the outline embroidery patterns out there. Stick the needle in the fabric one stitch length on the right where the thread comes out of the fabric. Then pull the needle through the fabric one stitch length on the left where the thread comes out......