The Double Herringbone is worked as a single row of Herringbone Stitch and then filled in between the first row of stitches with a second pass.
Woven Double Herringbone
The Woven Double Herringbone is created by weaving the second pass under one leg of your first row of stitches and over the second leg, alternating over and under as you sew.
The Whipped Herringbone (also known as Tied Herringbone) uses a small Parallel Whipstitch to tie each of the crossed stitches together and secure them to the fabric. Parallel Whipstitch is often worked in a second pass.
The Laced Herringbone is created with a second thread that passes behind each of the crossed threads. It can be added to single or multiple rows of Herringbone Stitch.
The Threaded Herringbone, in its most simple version, is created when a thread or yarn is threaded under and over each of the crosses in a row of stitches.
Looped And Threaded Herringbone
The Looped And Threaded Herringbone is created by threading and looping around each of the crosses in a row of stitches.
In Knotted Herringbone, the crossed stitches are knotted together — not stitched through the fabric — using a looped stitch method like Coral Stitch. This stitch is often worked in two colors to highlight the added detail.