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View definitions for stitching

stitching

noun as in needlework

noun as in seam

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Different leathers respond differently to dyes, your stitching, or edge finishings, for example, so it’s really hard to figure out the cause of an error if you’re using a bunch of different leathers.

Seam reinforcement and extra stitching should be among the top design considerations when choosing a dog jacket for your large canine companion, and the inclusion of these elements shouldn’t impede your pet’s range of motion.

Advertisers prefer the ease of consolidating their ad buys with a smaller number of ad sellers versus the work of stitching together deals with a larger number of ad sellers to reach the same number of people.

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The stitching is clean and the shirt kept its shape and size.

So, you can imagine stitching together localization automation is going to be pivotal for our global team.

Family crests and nicknames are stitched into headrests, colors are specified for seat stitching, veneers are chosen for the dash.

Canadians are still stitching the maple leaf to their belongings almost 50 years later.

The doctors in the field clinics always got her to do the stitching because she was so good at it.

There she was—tomboyish and slight—beside her mother, who was stitching.

There was a scar that stretched across the top of her head that looked quite like the stitching on the top of a football.

He turned his arm so that we could see the ripped stitching where his sergeant's stripes had been cut away.

"I'll be glad to do anything I can," replied that lady, looking up from the feather-stitching she was showing Constance.

Emma sat in the parlour alone stitching away at new table-cloths and sheets.

I had nothing to make it interesting; it was just stitching, stitching, stitching on seams!

Mr. Lee glanced almost stealthily at the work in her hands, and saw it was the bosom of a shirt, which she was stitching neatly.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stitching, such as: crocheting, darning, embroidery, knitting, lace, and quilting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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