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stitching

[′stich·iŋ]
(engineering)
Progressive welding of thermoplastic materials (resins) by successive applications of two small, mechanically operated, radio-frequency-heated electrodes; the mechanism is similar to that of a normal sewing machine.
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In the illustrated pages of "Layer, Paint and Stitch: Create Textile Art Using Freehand Machine Embroidery And Hand Stitching" Wendy deftly guides the reader through an inventive style of needlecraft from piecing and layering fabrics, to creating textures, to painting and embellishing with hand and machine stitching.
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.
Tenders are invited for Stitching Training and Certificate for persons under CSR/SD for the year 2014-15.
Modern Hand Stitching: Dozens of Stitches with Creative Free-Form Variations lives up to its title as a top-quality resource especially for intermediate to advanced practitioners interested in taking their stitching techniques to the next level.
Step-by-step stitching instructions and black-and-white diagrams guide the needlecrafter through the process, and a four-page "Getting Started" introduction will teach novices how to use a needle in no time.
Gooseberry Patch Stitching for the Kitchen offers a set of stitching projects teaching how to stitch aprons, casserole covers, tea cozies, hot pads and napkins, and is a fine pick for any looking to blend gift-giving stitching projects with kitchen-specific, useful items.
the nearest tailor for stitching and hardly convinced him for stitching the clothes for the summer season.
The production process involves steam-bending the light veneer and then stitching it together with heavy coloured wax string.
Sydney, Sep 22( ANI ): Two of Australia's most iconic football brands, Sherrin and Canterbury, are running operations in India that use banned child labour for stitching sports balls, according to an investigation.
The crime world leaders are behind the mouth stitching up action, the State Penitentiary Service declared.
Continue stitching parallel vertical lines all the way across the hole.