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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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stitchingstitch‧ing /ˈstɪtʃɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  DHa line of stitches in a piece of material
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stitchingNo stitching is visible from the right side.Concentrating on the stitching helped to ease her mind, and the hours passed.The stitching is done holding the needles with tweezers with the surgeons wearing special operating glasses.The stitching is good, the waistband overlaps with two buttons and the waist loops are securely sewn under the waistband.Mountain Equipment were showing their new range of four Voyager synthetic filled sleeping bags, made without any through stitching.Wire stitching see saddle or side stitching.Finally, work a row of zig-zag stitching round the cut edge to neaten it.
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