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Herringbone stitches are those which use the structure of a basic herringbone stitch: the thread crosses itself on one side of the fabric and on the other straight stitches are worked in the opposite direction of travel.  This means if the stitching is worked from right to left, the straight stitches are worked from left to right and then the crossing stitches allow forward travel.

Herringbone Stitches