42. Parisian Stitch
The Parisian Stitch is a surface embroidery stitch worked in vertical and horizontal straight stitches, and mimics blanket stitch. Use the Parisian stitch to outline a shape, add appliques to a project, stitched along a hem, or used in bands and rows in an embroidery project. It can also be worked as a counted thread stitch.
43. Running Stitch
45. Rice Stitch
Basic, flat Satin Stitch is an easy filling stitch that can be used to fill smaller areas that are not to be raised, and has also been called the flat satin stitch due to its lack of padding.
Other variations of the satin stitch include the long & short satin stitch, padded satin stitch (the inside area of the shape is padded with seed stitch, multiiple layers of satin stitch, or an outline stitch filling), outlined satiin stitch and shaded satin stitch.
49. Scroll Stitch
The Square Boss Stitch can be used as a scattered or engineered filling stitch, or in bands and borders. It is worked identically to the rice stitch with the exception of the smaller stitches crossing the arms being worked lightly smaller and much scloser to the center of the large foundation stitch.