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stitch

1. a sharp spasmodic pain in the side resulting from running or exercising
2. an informal word for suture
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This eliminates the problem of thread getting tangled up on pins as you stitch onto the background fabric.
Grafting, also known as Kitchener stitch, is a seaming technique that has more uses than many knitters realize.
Straight Stitch: This is the most basic machine stitch used for seams and topstitching.
I chose small, easy cross-stitch patterns to stitch onto a rectangle, and then stuffed them.
Most of the people have no other option but to stitch cloth at high rates before Eidul Fitr.
The lower portion of the 'keyhole' has a border of white lane stitch plus a line of overlay in dark transparent green.
Jean Leinhauser & Mary Ann Frits' Crochet Stitch Guide is a dandy for needle work enthusiasts.
At ITMA 2015 Erhardt+Leimer will present a new drop stitch matrix sensor for web guiding in conjunction with tube slitters.
Then bring the two points at the top of each side seam together and stitch them to the knitting at the centre of the imaginary line joining them.
X Stitch as a way of showcasing contemporary embroidery from around the world, challenging the common paradigm that stitching is just for little old ladies.
A machine-stitched seam line is sewn from raw edge to raw edge, and backstitching is not necessary because seams will be crossed by another line of stitch 1 ng.