to sew two pieces of cloth together, or to sew a decoration onto a piece of cloth:
Mary is stitching a bedspread.
stitch something onto/across something
The jersey has his name stitched across the back.
stitch something ↔ togetherphrasal verb
to put different things or parts of something together to make one larger thing:
In ten years, they have been able to stitch together a national network of banks.
to get a deal or agreement arranged
stitch somebody/something ↔ upphrasal verb
to put stitches in cloth or a wound in order to fasten parts of it together:
She stitched up the cut and left it to heal.
to get a deal or agreement completed satisfactorily so that it cannot be changed:
The deal was stitched up in minutes.
3 British English informal
to deceive someone, especially in order to gain money from them
4 British English informal
to make someone seem guilty of a crime by providing false information [= frame]