Quilting stitches that echo the shape of the block or shape they are next to. The stitches are placed very close to they piece they "echo."
Stitches that are sewn parallel to the seams of components in a quilt. The stitching is done very close to the seam and preferably on the side of seam that does not have seam allowance pressed underneath.
Fabric that "disappears" in cold or hot water (depending on the brand and its use) after it has been stitched on, leaving only the stitching.
A natural polymer made from wood pulp. In the 1920s the word rayon was adopted, replacing viscose. Viscose was first used for coating fabrics, which it did quite successfully. Further development led to viscose being spun into thread for embroidery and trimmings.
Using a sewing machine like a paintbrush; free-motion stitched images and designs.
Stitching or fusing one piece of fabric to another without turning the edges under.