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Embroidery Stitches, she teaches you how to do everyone of these in their basic form, then tells you how to do the variations.

Oyster Stitch. I don't embroider, but if I did, I would need to know how to do this.

1886 Ingalls Spiderweb in Roses by jeninemd, via Flickr

My grandma used all these and more crazy quilt stitches. She was an incredible quilter!

Embroidery Stitches - although shown with hand embroidery, I tried this free motion, and it was nice.

Rope stitch is probably the most rich looking embroidery stitch of this family. It follows a series of closed up twisted chain stitches to form an embossed rope look. You need to know the twisted chain stitch to be able to do the rope stitch.

Embroidery stitch The tutorial is here: sarahwhittle.blog...

how to: three different blanket stitches...what I need to do to attach crochet trim to towels and such