- n. alternative spelling of fagoting.
- n. embroidery in which groups of parallel threads are tied together with fagot stitches
“This worthy minister was somewhat of a mechanic, and in connection with a coach-axle maker named Rollason, the plan was conceived of "faggoting" bars of iron radially round”
“The actual new stitches are supplied by that innocent line of faggoting – yo, k2tog, yo on each side every other row.”
“The zigzag faggoting and row of holes on the outside are easy enough, as are the patterns that run up the straight side.”
“I'm on repeat 11 of Princess, but had to frog 2 rows last night, including the dreaded #9, when I dropped several stitches of faggoting.”
“So the adjustment involved not picking up a stitch, not starting the row with k2tog, and doing an extra k2tog next to the faggoting.”
“The way vertical lines in the lace pattern continue up the faggoting which borders the box is sheer good fortune.”
“Trade Work: Ribbon run on webbing for suspenders, infants 'dresses -- eight different styles, children's aprons -- two different styles, hemstitching and embroidery for yokes, ruffling -- hem and hemstitched, faggoting.”
“Here, too, she earned $4, but the season grew dull, and she entered a small factory, where she worked on children's dresses, embroidering, buttonholing, faggoting, and feather-stitching.”
“This was beside a lone copsewood, wherein heaps of white chips strewn upon the leafy ground showed that woodmen had been faggoting and making hurdles during the day.”
“He has some small perquisites: he is allowed to carry home a bundle of wood or a log every night, and may gather up the remnants after the faggoting is finished.”
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