Cross-stitch or Counted and its variants.
A Cross-stitch consists of two opposing oblique stitches which cover a square. With this Stitch, we can embroider a variety of themes such as borders, flowers, animals, etc.
To make it, we pull the needle at Stitch where we started the Embroidery, in other words, at the lower left-hand angle which forms the square. Then, we insert the needle through the opposite angle - diagonally - and we pull it through the front side of the fabric at the upper angle which corresponds horizontally with the initial Stitch. We finish the stitch by introducing the needle at the lower right-hand angle.
Stitch Assisi. First, we make the object we want to embroider with Cross-stitch. Then, we work on the borders of the stitches using backstitches. The borders are usually embroidered with a thread of a contrasting colour to highlight the Embroidery, as you can see in the example.
You need to notice that the Assisi Stitch in itself consists in embroidering the border of any shape, image, or picture made with cross-stitches using backstitches.
Double-Cross Stitch. Also known as "Star stitch". It can be made in two ways:
1. We make a Cross-stitch, and then we make a vertical stitch (from top to bottom) and then a horizontal stitch (from left to right) across from the original cross-stitch.
2. The second way of doing this is starting from a middle point, we stitch the 8 arms to form the "Star" Each arm needs to be the same length.