A style of embroidery following geometric patterns which uses the counted thread technique, and which is sewn on the back of the fabric. This is a double-sided technique.
A technique based on fretwork patterns, performed by removing threads from the fabric and stitching over the pre-prepared area.
A sophisticated, demanding technique which consists of counting the threads and matching the number of stitches.
A motif is drawn onto the fabric which is then filled using two types of stitching: chain stitch and satin stitch.
Net stitch (made from loops produced using a needle) over which a variety of stitches are sewn, leaving the net as a background.
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