The first row of blanket stitch used two threads -a silk thread, and a metallic thread in the needle.
The second was a row of simple running stitch in variegated thread.
The third row was a selection of five different colours and textures of thread all couched down together.
The forth row was mauve/green variegated running stitch.
The fifth row was a pink/green variegated chain stitch.
The sixth row was a pale pink (tint) running stitch.
The seventh was a row of mauve (shade) french knots.
The first row was a thick variegated thread wound onto the bobbin and stitched from behind using cable stitch.
The second row was a metallic thread wound onto the bobbin.
The third row was whip stitch, The machine running very fast and the fabric moving very slowly to create a densely raised row of loops.
The forth row was zig zagged whip stitch with two threads in the bobbin - one variegated and the other metallic.
The fifth row used two contrasting threads in the needle (using a top stitch needle and a slightly looser top tension).
The sixth was another row of whip stitch spirals, this time in anologuous variegated thread.
The seventh was a thick variegated thread wound onto the bobbin and stitched from the back using cable stitch and a metallic thread through the needle. (frustratingly the metallic thread kept breaking.)
Using a thread in the needle similar to the colour of the fabric, I love the way this stitch creates a broken, fractured line of stitches that vary in length depending upon the speed and angle of the movements.
The first layer was rectangular spirals of green metallic and green variegated thread, threaded through the needle together.
The second was a continuous line of overlapping spirals of whip stitch with a variegated pink thread in the bobbin, and a green thread on top.
Finally, one large continuous spiral in thick variegated pink thread was wound onto the bobbin and stitched from behind using cable stitch.