A canvas, or needlepoint stitch, that can be worked diagonally or horizontally. When worked horizontally a frame is required to avoid excessive distortion of the canvas.
TÍte de Boeuf Stitch
Two variations: the first (sometimes called Detached Wheatear Stitch) looks more like a bull's head and is worked with a loose horizontal stitch that is held down in the middle with a Detached Chain Stitch; the second consists of a Detached Chain Stitch and two angled Straight Stitches on either side.
Bull's Head Stitch, Head of the Bull Stitch
A loose central thread is couched along the line to be stitched with long Straight Stitches that intersect over the foundation thread.
Threaded Herringbone Stitch
A Herringbone Stitch variation. The lacing can be worked from left to right, or right to left.
Drawn fabric stitch that creates a triangular band.
Bermuda Faggoting, Lace Stitch, Point Turc, Turkish Stitch
Tied Herringbone Stitch
Several variations: 1. Tacked down with small Straight Stitches, 2. Tacked down with Detached Chain Stitches, 3. Zigzag Coral Stitch worked over the Herringbone Stitch. The same methods of tying down can be used as well with Closed Herringbone.
Detached Chain Stitch with a secondary stitch looped through the chain's anchor stitch.
Slipped Detached Chain
Ghiordes Knot, Quilt Knot, Single Knot Tufting, Single Knot Smyrna Rug Stitch, Tufted Knot Stitch, Turkey Rug Knot
Two-sided Insertion Stitch
A drawn fabric stitch -- not technically an Insertion Stitch. Reverses to a diamond pattern.
Two-sided Italian Cross Stitch
Arrowhead Cross Stitch, Italian Cross Stitch, Two-sided Italian Stitch