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Fold the shoulder pads in half then use three or four stitches to sew them in place. The Sun (2009)Pin and stitch heading tape in place close to outside edges of heading tape. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)The initial step in any piece of knitting is to make the first stitch on one needle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Use this thread for stitching pure cotton fabric. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993) Pin and stitch the skirt strips together into a ring with flat fell seams. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)She once needed six stitches around an eye after being pushed to the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But any form of preparation of food unnerved her and her knitting was littered with dropped stitches. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Halfway through the meeting he crashed and needed stitches to a wound on his backside. The Sun (2009)You will be able to stitch these worlds together into a seamless and unified sermon. Christianity Today (2000)The defender suffered a head wound in training and needed four stitches. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The photographer apparently has five stitches to show for the indiscretion. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Would he use his stitching skills on his release? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Our doctors stitched the pieces back together as best as they could. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Turn right side out and stitch zip in place all round zip edge. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)Your machine will stitch a row of straight stitches until you take your foot offthe pedal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One has eight stitches in a head wound. Coyle, Andrew & Stern, Vivien The Prisons We Deserve (1994)The chalk is easily rubbed off the fabric after stitching. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993) Pin and stitch the other half of tape centrally to hemmed edge of second piece. Churchill, Jane (ed.) Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)It was a bad cut and she needed six stitches. The Sun (2012)He required 100 stitches in his leg. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pick up and knit one stitch from base of thumb, rib to end. The Sun (2015)It took two hours and 70 stitches to sew it back on. The Sun (2009)I finished a frock all but two stitches. Charlotte M. Yonge The Daisy Chain (1837)MY eldest daughter has expressed an interest in taking up cross stitching. The Sun (2014)The best he could have hoped for until that day was a dirty needle to stitch the cut and painkillers, as likely as not counterfeit. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Inglês Britânico: stitch /stɪtʃ/ NOUN
Stitches are the pieces of thread that have been sewn in a piece of cloth.
...a row of straight stitches.
  • Inglês Americano: stitch
  • Árabe: دَرْزَة
  • Português Brasileiro: ponto costura
  • Chinês: 缝合
  • Croata: šav
  • Tcheco: steh
  • Dinamarquês: sting
  • Holandês: steek stoot
  • Espanhol Europeu: puntada
  • Finlandês: ommel
  • Francês: point couture
  • Alemão: Stich Nähen
  • Grego: βελονιά
  • Italiano: punto
  • Japonês: ひと針
  • Coreano: 한 바늘
  • Norueguês: sting
  • Polonês: szew ścieg
  • Português Europeu: ponto costura
  • Romeno: cusătură
  • Russo: стежок
  • Espanhol: puntada
  • Sueco: stygn
  • Tailandês: รอยเย็บ
  • Turco: dikiş tıp, nakış vb
  • Ucraniano: стібок
  • Vietnamita: mũi khâu
Inglês Britânico: stitch /stɪtʃ/ VERB
If you stitch cloth, you use a needle and thread to join two pieces together or to make a decoration.
Fold the fabric and stitch the two layers together.
  • Inglês Americano: stitch
  • Árabe: يَدْرُزُ
  • Português Brasileiro: costurar
  • Chinês: 用针缝
  • Croata: sašiti
  • Tcheco: sešít
  • Dinamarquês: sy
  • Holandês: stikken naaien
  • Espanhol Europeu: coser
  • Finlandês: ommella
  • Francês: coudre
  • Alemão: nähen
  • Grego: συρράβω
  • Italiano: cucire
  • Japonês: 縫う
  • Coreano: 깁다
  • Norueguês: sy
  • Polonês: uszyć
  • Português Europeu: costurar
  • Romeno: a coase
  • Russo: шить
  • Espanhol: bordar
  • Sueco: sy
  • Tailandês: เย็บ
  • Turco: dikmek tıp, nakış vb
  • Ucraniano: зшивати
  • Vietnamita: khâu

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