The Hurmutch stitch is used and practiced widely by the women of Southern Sindh. Hurmutch is the ethnic name of this embroidery technique, however, in English it is also referred to as the darning stitch. This stitch is primarily produced with the help of wooden blocks with designs carved out. Once the carved blocks are imprinted on the fabric, the thread and needlework are done on top of it to complete the embroidery. Hurmutch is known to be one of the toughest forms of embroidery and requires more time and commitment from the artisans.