|Back Stitch||Not generally used on footwear, although it is sometimes used for decoration or strap reinforcement|
|Buttonhole Stitch; Blanket Stitch||It is a decorative stitch, and although not documentably found on medieval shoes. It can be useful for reinforcing edges of leather.|
|Cross Stitch||Not specifically used on medieval shoes, but it is a decorative variation of a doubled whip stitch that can make a seam more attractive. It can be used also be used with a Grain/Grain "Tunnel Stich"|
|Plait Stitch; Raised Fishbone
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