A stitch made by placing the needle on midpoint of a preceding stitch so your stitches overlap by half lengths.
a form of sewing stitch in which the stitch goes backwards on the top side of the material and doubles forward from the base, coming-out further in front, after that repeats. The backstitch is a rather tight and secure stitch, also appears really neat.
A stitch created by setting the needle straight back of end associated with last stitch, and taking it at the end.
an approach of stitching by which each stitch overlaps or doubles back regarding preceding one, the needle entering behind the thread after the stitch already made and coming out facing it.
an overlapping stitch created by starting another stitch at the center of this preceding one