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Hand-sewn and finished with beech wood legs, this is as classy as a desk chair gets.
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In myth, ancient gods could sew parts of different animals together to get a magical creature.
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Over a hundred volunteers — scientists, artists and embroiderers — sewed panels that will ultimately be stitched into a tapestry, a project described in the December Lancet Neurology.
She cuts up wool sweaters that are no longer being used and sews them together in various combinations on a machine her mother gave her.
They come in packs of three and include copper sewed into the fibers to fight odor.
Otherwise, it is rare for Rizzo to leave this week without everything sewn up.
Assembloids are a step up, showing that it’s possible to automatically sew multiple nerve-linked structures together, such as brain and muscle, sans slicing.
MTailor’s clothes are sewn in Asia, then shipped to the buyer.
I sew a little pocket into my hats, so I can tuck a hand warmer against the back of my neck, which feels super cozy.
Ada Blackjack was hired to cook and to sew survival gear for $50 a month.

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