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Interlaced Herringbone Stitch

Schematic drawing of the interlaced herringbone stitch. Schematic drawing of the interlaced herringbone stitch. Drawing by Martin Hense.

The interlaced herringbone stitch is a variation of a herringbone stitch, whereby a row of herringbone stitches is worked and then interlaced with a second yarn, usually in a contrasting colour. The interlacing yarn does not pass through the ground material.

The interlaced herringbone stitch is normally associated with free-style embroidery.

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