I guess every sewist or embroiderer knows the running stitch. It's one of the first stitches we learn, right? Also, it's one of the stitches that we use a lot. For example, we can use a running stitch for outlines, borders, or lettering in hand embroidery. Besides that, a simple running stitch is a base for some more complex composite stitches.

But that's not all. Running stitch is excellent for mending clothes or basting. And also, it's indispensable in hand quilting. 

You will find a list of running stitch variations below. In addition, there is a link to a video tutorial where I demonstrate how to embroider that stitch in every stitch description.

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