*Stitch Index* 
(Alphabetical)
J - Z

Jacquard Stitch

Kalem Stitch

Kelim Stitch

Kilim Stitch

Knitting Stitch

Knitting Stitch (Diagonal)

Knitting Stitch 
(Reverse Tvistom)

Knotted Stitch

Knotted Stitch (Single)

Ladder Stitch

Leaf Stitch

Leaf Stitch (Diagonal)

Leaf Stitch with Backstitch

Leviathan Stitch

Leviathan Stitch (Double)

Leviathan Stitch 
(Triple)

Long Armed Cross Stitch

Long Stitch

Long and Short Stitch

Loop Stitch

Mexican Cross Stitch

Milanese Stitch

Montenegrin Stitch

Moorish Stitch

Mosaic Stitch

Mosaic Stitch (Crossed)

Mound Stitch

Nobuko Stitch

Oblique Stitch

Oblique Stitch (Diagonal)

Oblique Stitch (Reverse)

Oblique Slav Stitch

Oblong Cross Stitch

Oblong Cross Stitch with Backstitch

Oriental Stitch

Outline Stitch

Palestrina Stitch

Palace Pattern Stitch

Paris Stitch

Parisian Stitch

Pavillion Stitch

Perspective Stitch

Plait Stitch

Plait Stitch (Crossed)

Plait Stitch (Square)

Plaited Edge Stitch

Plaited Gobelin Stitch

Plaited Interlaced Stitch

Portuguese Cross Stitch

Portuguese Stem Stitch

Princess Pattern Stitch

Pyramid Stitch

Quick Point

Raised Stitch

Raised Cross Stitch

Ray Stitch

Ray Stitch (Expanded)

Renaissance Stitch

Rep Stitch

Reverse Bargello

Reversed Basketweave Stitch

Reversed Cross Stitch

Rhodes Stitch

Ribbed Wheels Stitch

Rice Stitch

Rice Stitch (Padded)

Rococco Stitch

Roman Stitch

Rope Stitch

Roumanian Stitch

Rug Binding Stitch

Rya Stitch

Satin Stitch

Satin Stitch
 (Alternating)

Satin Stitch
 (Padded)

Scotch Stitch

Scotch Stitch (Alternating)

Scotch Stitch (Condensed)

Scotch Stitch (Crossed)

Scotch Stitch (Woven)

Scottish Stitch

Sheaf Stitch

Shell Stitch

Single Knotted Stitch

Slanted Gobelin Stitch

Smyrna Cross Stitch

Sorbello Stitch

Soumak Stitch

Spanish Stitch

Spider Web Stitch

Split Stitch

Sprats Head Stitch

Square Plait Stitch

Star Stitch

Star Stitch (Large)

Stem Stitch

Stem Stitch
 (Diagonal)

Stepped Sheaf Stitch

Surrey Stitch

Sutherland Pattern Stitch

Tapestry Stitch

Tent Stitch

Tent Stitch (Alternating)

Tent Stitch
 (Diagonal Mosaic)

Tie Stitch

Trame

Trammed Tent Stitch

Triangle Stitch

Tufting Stitch

Turkey Stitch

Tvistom Stitch

Two Sided Italian 
Cross Stitch

Upright Cross Stitch

Van Dyke Stitch

Velvet Stitch

Waffle Stitch

Wave Stitch (Closed)

Wave Stitch (Open)

Weaving Stitch

Web Stitch

Wheat Sheaf Stitch

Woven Band Stitch 

Woven Pattern 
Stitch


Mosaic Stitch (Horizontal Method) - Diagram 1
Mosaic Stitch (Horizontal Method) - Diagram 2
Mosaic Stitch (Horizontal Method) - Diagram 3
Mosaic Stitch (Diagonal Method) - Diagram 1
Mosaic Stitch (Diagonal Method) - Diagram 2
Mosaic Stitch (Diagonal Method) - Diagram 3
Mosaic Stitch Condensed - Diagram 1
Mosaic Stitch Condensed - Diagram 2
Mosaic Stitch Condensed - Diagram 3
MOSIAC STITCH
The Mosaic Stitch consists of short and long diagonal stitches, which form a block-like pattern. When worked as a straight stitch, the Mosaic Stitch is referred to as the Hungarian 
Mosaic Stitch - Horizontal Method (Diagram 1):
Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F. This completes the first Mosaic Stitch.
Now, bring the needle up at G, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at E. Bring the needle up at H, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at I. Bring the needle up at J, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at K. This completes the second Mosaic Stitch.
Now, bring the needle up at L, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at J. Bring the needle up at M, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at N. Bring the needle up at O, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at P. This completes the first row of Mosaic Stitches. Now, continue on to Diagram 2...
Mosaic Stitch - Horizontal Method (Diagram 2):
To work the next row, you may choose one of two methods: 
You may turn the canvas around and work the second row into the previous row exactly as you worked the first one.
Alternately, you may work the second row from left to right without turning the canvas around.
Mosaic Stitch - Horizontal Method (Diagram 3):
This diagram illustrates how the mosaic stitch should look when complete, using the horizontal method.
Mosaic Stitch - Diagonal Method (Diagram 1):
Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F.  This completes the first Mosaic Stitch.
Now, bring the needle up G (notice that we have skipped a space here - you will see why in the next diagram), move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at H. Bring the needle up at I, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at J. Bring the needle up at K, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at L. This completes the second Mosaic Stitch.
Now, bring the needle up at M, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at N. Bring the needle up at O, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at P. Bring the needle up at Q, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at R. Now, continue on to Diagram 2...
Mosaic Stitch - Diagonal Method (Diagram 2):
In order to make this demonstration easier to follow, the first row is shown in light blue and the second row is shown in dark blue. Beginning where we left off at the end of the first row, we will work the second row from bottom to top. Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F. This completes the first Mosaic Stitch of the second row.
As you can see from Diagram 2, the second row of stitches is worked into the first row of stitches. This is where we fill in the empty spaces that were skipped in the first row. Now, bring the needle up at G, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at H. Bring the needle up at I, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at J. Bring the needle up at K, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at L. This completes the second row of Mosaic Stitches.
Diagram 3 will show three rows of Mosaic Stitches...
Mosaic Stitch - Diagonal Method (Diagram 3):
This diagram illustrates how the mosaic stitch should look when complete using the diagonal method.
Mosaic Stitch - Condensed (Diagram 1):
Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F. Bring the needle up at G, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at H. Bring the needle up at I, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at J. Bring the needle up at K, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at L. Bring the needle up at M, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at N. Bring the needle up at O, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at P. Bring the needle up at Q, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at R. This completes the first row of Condensed Mosaic Stitches. Now, continue on to Diagram 2... 
Mosaic Stitch - Condensed (Diagram 2):
In order to make this demonstration easier to follow, the first row is shown in light blue and the second row is shown in dark blue. Beginning where we left off at the end of the first row, we will work the second row from bottom to top. Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F. Bring the needle up at G, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at H. Bring the needle up at I, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at J. Bring the needle up at K, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at L. Bring the needle up at M, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at N. This completes the second row of Condensed Mosaic Stitches.
Diagram 3 illustrates three rows of Condensed Mosaic Stitches.
Mosaic Stitch - Condensed (Diagram 3):
This diagram illustrates how the condensed mosaic stitch should look when complete.
MOSIAC STITCH - Diagonal Method
MOSIAC STITCH - Condensed
CROSSED MOSIAC STITCH

 
Stitch. This stitch may be worked horizontally or diagonally. We have also demonstrated the Condensed Mosaic Stitch and the Crossed Mosaic Stitch. The name, Mosaic Stitch is derived from the intricate patterns that can be worked up using different colors for the blocks. This is called  mosaic work. The Mosaic Stitch may be worked in large or small areas. Multiple diagrams have been used to demonstrate each stitch. 
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The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)
The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)
The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)
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The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)The Four F's (Fish, Fowl, Flowers, Flutterbys)
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Crossed Mosaic Stitch - Diagram 1
Crossed Mosaic Stitch (Diagram 1):
Bring the needle up at A, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at B. Bring the needle up at C, move up and to the right over two canvas intersections, bring the needle down at D. Bring the needle up at E, move up and to the right over one canvas intersection, bring the needle down at F. Now, continue on to Diagram 2...
Crossed Mosaic Stitch - Diagram 2
Crossed Mosaic Stitch (Diagram 2):
Beginning where we left off at F, we will now add the "crossed" part of the stitch. Bring the needle up at H, move down and to the right over the three previous stitches and bring the needle down at G. This completes the first crossed mosaic stitch. Now, continue on to Diagram 3...
Crossed Mosaic Stitch - Diagram 3
Crossed Mosaic Stitch (Diagram 3):
This diagram illustrates how an entire row of crossed mosaic stitches should look when complete. The rows should be worked from right to left.

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*Stitch Index* 
(Alphabetical)
A - I

2,4,6,8 & Tie Stitch

Algerian Eye Stitch

Algerian Eye Daisy
 Stitch

Algerian Filling Stitch

Algerian Plait Stitch

Alternating Cross 
Stitch

Astrakhan Stitch

Aubusson Stitch

Back Stitch

Bargello Stitch

Basketweave Stitch

Bazaar Stitch

Binding Stitch

Bokhara Couching Stitch

Bokhara Couching Stitch (Diagonal)

Bokhara Couching Stitch (Staggered)

Brazilian Stitch

Brick Stitch

Brighton Stitch

Bullion Knot

Buttonhole Stitch

Buttonhole Stitch (Detached)

Buttonhole Stitch (Double)

Buttonhole Stitch (Tailored)

Buttonhole Stitch (Whipped)

Buttonhole Wheel
 Stitch

Byzantine Stitch

Cable Stitch

Cashmere Stitch

Chain Stitch

Chain Stitch
 (Braided Variation)

Chain Stitch
 (Heavy Variation)

Chain Stitch
 (Interlaced Variation)

Chain Stitch (Lazy
 Daisy Variation)

Chain Stitch
 (Raised Variation)

Checker Stitch

Continental Stitch

Coral Knot Stitch

Couching Stitch

Couching Stitch (Buttonhole Variation)

Couching Stitch (Herringbone Variation)

Couching Stitch
 (Open Chain  Variation)

Cretan Stitch

Cretan Stitch 
(Diagonal Variation)

Cross Stitch

Cross Stitch (Bound)

Cross Stitch (Diagonal)

Cross Stitch (Heavy)

Cross Stitch (Houndstooth)

Cross Stitch (Reinforced)

Cross Stitch
 (Reversed Double)

Cross Stitch
 (Staggered)

Cross Stitch (St.Andrew)

Cross Stitch
 (St.George)

Cross Stitch (Trame)

Cross Stitch (Triple)

Cross Stitch
 (Two-Sided)

Cross Stitch
 (Woven)

Cushion Stitch

Czar Stitch

Diagonal Stitch

Darning Stitch

Diagonal Buttonhole Stitch

Diagonal Interlaced Stitch

Diagonal Leaf Stitch

Diamond Stitch

Diamond Eyelet Stitch

Diaper Pattern Stitch

Double Cross Stitch

Double Knot Stitch

Double Star Stitch

Double Stitch

Double Straight
 Cross Stitch

Droit Stitch

Eastern Stitch

Economic Stitch

Egyptian Stitch

Encroaching Slanted Gobelin Stitch

Eye Stitch

Eye Stitch with Backstitch

Fan Stitch

Fancy Stitch

Feather Stitch

Fern Stitch

Fishbone Stitch

Fishbone Stitch (Diagonal)

Flame Stitch

Flat Stitch

Flat Stitch (Crossed)

Florentine Stitch

Florentine Stitch (Split)

Fly Stitch (Closed)

French Knot

French Stitch

Ghiordes Knot

Gobelin Stitch

Gobelin Droit Stitch

Gobelin Filling Stitch

Gobelin Stitch 
(Trammed Upright)

Greek Stitch

Half Cross Stitch

Herringbone Stitch

Herringbone Stitch (Double)

Herringbone Gone Wrong Stitch

Herringbone Stitch
 (Six Step)

Hobnail Stitch

Hungarian Stitch

Hungarian Diamond Stitch

Hungarian Ground 
Stitch

Hungarian Ground 
Stitch (Diagonal)

Hungarian Point Stitch

Interlocking Gobelin Stitch

Irish Stitch
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