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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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Stretch Triple Zigzag Stitch: This stretch stitch has extra elasticity, making it ideal for stitching knit hems.
Clip the corners to reduce bulk, being careful to not to clip too close to the stitching line.
He said that there is not mechanism to adjust prices for stitching clothes.
This stitching is analogous to and serves the same purpose as the bridle string on a war bonnet.
They've found a niche rendering the casts of movies and TV series like "Star Wars,'' "Lord of the Rings'' and "The Big Bang Theory'' into pixels for cross stitching.
After stitching the first pair, take a few stitches without any fabric under the needle; then insert the second pair.
By "master" he says he has the longest cross-stitching experience (he's been stitching since 1991), the fastest stitcher (he can finish a 16x20 in one month), and has the cleanest back canvas.
Illustrated instructions for thirty-eight different stitches are included, as well as examples of how to vary the effect by, for instance, changing the size or spacing of stitches, using different colors, or stitching with different materials.
The production process involves steam-bending the light veneer and then stitching it together with heavy coloured wax string.
KARACHI, August 29, 2010 (Frontier Star): The Chhipa Welfare Association (CWA) has started stitching of dresses for the internally displaced persons due to heavy "floods" in Pakistan.
Pakistan, July 13 -- Private stitching of police uniforms rises security risks
The scientists admit that the skill of the person doing the stitching may also be an important factor.