A loop of thread or yarn resulting from a single pass or movement of the needle in sewing, knitting, or crocheting
A loop of thread used to join the edges of a wound or surgical incision
a neck wound requiring forty stitches
A method of sewing, knitting, or crocheting producing a particular pattern or design
basic embroidery stitches
The smallest item of clothing
a man answered the door without a stitch on
A sudden sharp pain in the side of the body, caused by strenuous exercise
she ran with a stitch in her side
a link or loop or knot made by an implement in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, or sewing
sew: fasten by sewing; do needlework
a sharp spasm of pain in the side resulting from running
(stitched) sewed: fastened with stitches
Stitch is the name of the 626, a fictional alien, and one of the two main characters of the Lilo & Stitch films and television program. ...
Stitch (Jodi Furman) is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Alpha Flight Special #1.
Stitch is one of the two Klinik albums released in 1995.
In the textile arts, a stitch is a single turn or loop of thread or yarn. Stitches are the fundamental elements of sewing, knitting, embroidery, crochet, and needle lace-making, whether by hand of machine.Picken (1957), p. ...
A side stitch (also called a side ache, a side cramp, a side crampie, a side sticker or simply a stitch) is an intense stabbing pain under the lower edge of the ribcage that occurs while exercising, most common if the exerciser is a beginner. ...
Stitched is an independent, one-hour documentary about art quilters.
Stitches per inch. Number of yarn tufts per running inch of a single tuft row in tufted carpet.
(Stitches (movie)) directed by Rod Holcomb and starring Parker Stevenson
(Stitches) (also called sutures) are used to close cuts and wounds in skin. They can be used in nearly every part of the body, internally and externally. Doctors literally "sew" the skin together with individual sutures and tie a secure knot. ...
(Stitches) Metal fasteners used to seal the joint of a box or close the flaps.
(Stitches) The yarn sewn through the back of the carpet that creates the tuft.
(Stitches) Your body heals most small cuts by itself. However, sometimes cuts that are very deep or don't stop bleeding by themselves need stitches to make sure they heal properly. ...
(Stitching) The activity of terminating multiconductor cables on a punchdown block.
(Stitching) A binding method in which the pages of a book or magazine are spread open at the center, then hung on a "saddle" to be stitched or stapled through the fold line at the seam.
(Stitching) Using image editing software to combine a series of images to create a larger image, typically a panoramic photo.
(stitching) The process of combining multiple photographs into a single panoramic or mosaic.
(Stitching) A hard rolling method used to both remove trapped air and improve rubber contact for better adhesion, during repair, and retreading.
(Stitching) A method of butting or joining two pieces of material together, usually by means of a stitcher roller.
(Stitching) A stapling process using spooled wire instead of individual stapling. The term is also sometimes used to refer to sewing. Often used in a saddle or side method to bind pamphlets and brochures.
(Stitching) Decorative feature of the boot, sometimes needed to keep leather from dragging.
(Stitching) Dimples impressed in grid members to knit the webs together. (See rotary stitching.)