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verb as in join together

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verb as in sew

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This project is fast and simple, though it does require some basic knowledge of knitting stitches and terms.

She hopes to develop a catalog of stitch types, their combinations and the resulting fabric properties.

The mode Cultists vs Ghost Hunter is a great example of a very silly set of rules that often leaves us in stitches for the entirety of a match.

I was happy to still be alive, and after surgery, some facial skin grafts, lots of stitches, a couple of bones snapped back into place and several follow-ups with doctors, I was as good as new.

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In 1990, he recalled, the US textile industry produced 60% of the “cut & sew” apparel made worldwide—that is, clothing with stitches on the seams, as opposed to knitted wool sweaters or rain gear whose pieces are welded together with heat.

In that way that was cathartic too, to sort of stitch up all those pieces and see how that is.

In fact, by the way he challenged my thoughts on the case, I thought perhaps he was aiming to stitch up the media.

Advice that was given me by Florence Ridley, a professor in graduate school: Stitch, stitch.

Also, by carrying an M-4 carbine, everybody knew I was carrying something that could stitch even U.S. body armor.

He just needs to stitch together all the threads into a coherent vision of the future that includes a vibrant economy.

Net five rows, then take a mesh a very little larger, and widen by netting two stitches in every stitch.

But Tilly only laughed, and Cordelia forgot her question with the last stitch she put into her tassel.

It gives order to the thoughts, fixes by a stitch the moment that passes what would otherwise pass with it.

An' so when I went courtin' m' third wife, I took a stitch in time an' told her about the camphor an' ker'sene an' lard.

In making the buttonhole stitch, keep the needle close against the metal edge of the guide, as shown.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stitch, such as: fasten, sew, baste, join, and suture.

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