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Begin at the very end of the stitching line,
and make a stitch longer than you would a normal back stitch.
Then bring your thread back up through the completed stitch, splitting the threads.
Make another stitch, stitch beyond the end of the first stitch.
Again, bring the thread up in between the strands of the previous stitch.
Continue to stitch forward. A line of Split Stitch should look like this when finished:
I think you'll find this stitch very easy and you may even want to use it to replace some of the back stitch throughout your embroidery projects.