Idioms about stitch
Origin of stitch
OTHER WORDS FROM stitch
How to use stitch in a sentence
For this, you’ll use the first stitch of your round as a reference and add one stitch on each side of it.
Take the stitches on your safety pin and distribute them evenly onto three needles.
That got her thinking about the geometry of stitches and, eventually, led her to study the mathematics of knitting.
By varying stitch combinations, a knitter can alter the elasticity, mechanical strength and 3-D structure of the resulting fabric.
It’s rare that I think about the subtleties of virtual fabrics while playing a video game, but I was tempted to look for individual stitches and threads at least a few times during my playthrough.‘Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’: Like its movie counterparts, a confident and entertaining spectacle|Christopher Byrd|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Then she had been a belt maker, then a stitcher on men's collars, and during the last four years a white-goods worker.Making Both Ends Meet|Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
Not zactly, because hizen jumped the track and run off with Jim Stitcher.The White Rose of Memphis|William C. Falkner
God grant that I may not find behind her mask any resemblance to that horrible shoe-stitcher!Paul and His Dog, v.1 (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XIII)|Charles Paul de Kock
Then the children crowded about the stitcher while Uncle Ben showed the wonderful work the machine did.The Blue Birds' Winter Nest|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
We have thus to consider, in the first place, the general efficiency of the machine as a plain stitcher.
British Dictionary definitions for stitch
Derived forms of stitchstitcher, noun
Word Origin for stitch
Medical definitions for stitch
Other Idioms and Phrases with stitch
In addition to the idiom beginning with stitch
- stitch in time, a
- in stitches
- without a stitch on