41. Wicker Stitch
This pretty filling stitch resembles a woven wicker basket, and is worked in blocks of alternating vertical and horizontal long stitches.
A long, vertical filling stitch.
Similar to Upright Gobelin, but worked with a slant.
A vertical gobelin stitch topped with a cross stitch.
The Knotted Gobelin Stitch belongs to the Gobelin stitch family of longer needlepoint stitches. It can be used as a pretty filling stitch, or can be worked in borders and rows.
Rows of Slanted Gobelin encroach on one another to "interlock, forming a dense filling stitch.
A heavily-slanted Gobelin Stitch.
48. Brick Stitch
This stitch resembles bricks and can be worked vertically or horizontally. It is often used as a filler or background stitch.
49. Parisian Stitch
A vertical filling stitch worked in horizontal rows while alternating the length of the stitches.
Similar to standard Parisian, but worked in double groups of stitches.