Scroll Stitch This beautiful surface embroidery stitch is worked by looping the thread under the needle as you stitch, creating a graceful scroll-like effect. It can mimic rippling water or waves when used in beach or water-themed embroidery projects.
closed blanket stitch - Thrust needle through cloth in a slanting position bring needle through the extreme edge of work. The second stitch is slanted in the opposite direction meets the first stitch, thus forming pairs of stitches that are closed at top
S is for STEM STITCH (See CREWEL STITCH, OUTLINE STITCH, SOUTH KENSINGTON STITCH). One of the most frequently used outline stitches, forming a continuous line of overlapped stitches. Typically used to make narrow stems and veins of leaves. Information provided by BViz Design | bviz.com