Cable Stitch 
Sometimes called Cable Stitch in drawn fabric work.
Checkerboard Running Stitch
A simple Running Stitch variation that is formed with three or more lines of Running Stitch, each stitched under the spaces created of the previous line to form a checkered pattern. The example also shows a Checkerboard Running Stitch variation with Back Stitch above and below.
Checkered Chain Band
Checkered Chain Stitch is worked over a foundation of evenly spaced horizontal Straight Stitches.
Chequered Chain Band
Checkered Chain Stitch
A Chain Stitch variation that is worked with two different colored threads simultaneously.
Alternating Chain Stitch, Chequered Chain Stitch, Magic Chain Stitch, Magic Stitch
A primary embroidery stitch worked from left to right along parallel lines. Rows of Chevron Stitch can be stacked to make an attractive border or filling.
Best worked in a frame or hoop. Horizontal foundation threads are spaced evenly within the are to be filled. The stitches are then looped around the horizontal threads without going through the fabric.
Closed Base Picot
A needleweaving technique that creates a dimensional raised picot. The stitch is actually woven over a straight pin and the pin removed after the picot has been secured to the fabric.
Closed Buttonhole Stitch
A Blanket Stitch variation in which the vertical stitches are alternately angled to create triangles.
Used for joining together two edges of material, such as the sides of a pillow cover.
A common method to create outlines and fill design areas. The most basic couching uses one thread to stitch another thread or group of threads, cording, etc to the background fabric. Commonly used in goldwork embroidery.
Crisscross Herringbone Stitch
Covers a large area quickly. Best with heavy thread and using a hoop. Herringbone Stitches may be tacked down at intersecting points with small Straight Stitches or Detached Chain Stitches.
Cross & Straight Stitch
Each Cross Stitch is completed separately, with a Straight Stitch between each.
A primary embroidery stitch.
Berlin Stitch, Counted Cross Stitch, Point de Marque, Sampler Stitch
Cross Stitch Flower
A Cross Stitch variation that weaves two Cross Stitches together to form a flower.
Crossed Buttonhole Stitch
More accurately called Crossed Blanket Stitch, as the vertical stitches, if uncrossed, would be spaced apart.
Crossed Faggot Filling
A drawn fabric stitch. Single Faggot Stitch is worked over the entire area, over three threads instead of four. The second stage is worked into the large holes created.
A tailoring technique, used to reinforce stress points on a garment, that can be used as an attractive embroidery motif.
A loose horizontal stitch, held down by three vertical Straight Stitch rays.