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Stem Stitch

The stem stitch, also known as the crewel stitch, boasts of a beautiful rope-like textured appearance that suits outlining an embroidery design or creating beautiful patterns. It is ideal for defining stems of plants, stalks of flowers, etc. It can be sewed on both straight and curved lines.

Embroidery Hoops

An embroidery hoop is a tool that helps to keep your fabric tightly stretched between its frames as an aid to embroidery or any other form of needlework.

Satin Stitch

If you are a fan of needlepoint, satin stitch is sure to be one of your favorites due to its sheer brilliance in giving a textured finish to your embroidery. This makes it a powerful technique for filling up decorative designs like flower petals, leaves, and hearts.

Linen Stitch

Linen stitch is a fine knitting pattern that renders a unique woven texture to handmade fabrics. Being ideal for beginners and intermediate knitters, it only requires you to have the basic knowledge of knitting and purling.

Niddy Noddy

What is a Niddy Noddy Niddy noddy is a tool that can quickly transform your yarn into skein. It consists of a central piece with a T pivoted at each end so that they are offset by 90° to each other. This presents you with four ends to wrap your yarn around thus creating a loop of yarn that is considerably longer than the niddy noddy itself.

Hairpin Lace

The hairpin lace is an easy crocheting technique that can produce delicate lacy patterns. There is a wide variety of garments and accessories that look great in this stitch, such as shawls and scarves. A loom is a tool that you will find indispensable for this type of crochet. 

Puff Stitch Crochet

Puff stitch, characterized by its chunky texture, is one of a kind and renders a classy dimension to your handiwork. It can be used to make adorable woolen accessories like beanies, baby hats, finger-less gloves, booties or anything else you can think of.

Needle Threader

A needle threader is a small device that aids in threading a needle, especially those having a narrow eye. It consists of a small tin plate known as the handle, attached with a diamond-shaped steel bow wire.  The handle may be stamped with any design, in most cases a profile image of a feminine face, with the Victorian patterns of the tool still being in vogue.

Pick Stitch

Pick stitch is running stitch with a slight difference. It shows up very less on the outer surface of the fabric, but a majority of the stitching thread is exposed underneath. It is also referred to as stab stitch or half-backstitch. The technique finds use in making hems of garments, inserting zips in clothes, and also as an embroidery stitch when worked with different contrasting colors. It is commonly seen at the border of the lapel and collar of a suit.

Crochet Star Stitch

You can’t stop yourself from admiring star stitch crochet. Fun and easy, it can be crocheted fast.  This alluring textured stitch, also known as daisy stitch, is great for things like fingerless gloves, decorative headbands, infinity scarves, mittens, etc. Vintage patterns of dresses look wow if crocheted in it.

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Linen Stitch

Linen stitch is a fine knitting pattern that renders a unique woven texture to handmade fabrics. Being ideal for beginners and intermediate knitters, ...

Lace

Hairpin Lace

The hairpin lace is an easy crocheting technique that can produce delicate lacy patterns. There is a wide variety of garments and ...