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- adj. Sewn by hand, without the use of a sewing machine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. sewn by hand rather than machine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. sewn by hand rather than machine
A detail of the crisscrossing threads of a recently handsewn jacket is shown here.
Absolutely my favourite narrative environment designer, Crystal is someone I've known since she'd crawl under my dining room table in a gorgeous jewel of a dress handsewn by her mum, but barefoot (and to my parents 'everlasting horror, sans knickers).
The handsewn binding is tight, making the spine rigid.
My handsewn leather Zimbabwean boots, soled in tyre rubber, have outlasted any commercial product and still don't let in a drop of moisture.
The only completely handsewn quilt I've ever made, it's the perfect winter nest for a newborn.
We have a fez with "visionary" handsewn on the crown we'd like to give him.
The survivors helped Colonel Richard Seibel replace the Swastika with a handsewn American flag secretly pieced together from salvaged cloth, consisting of 13 stripes and 56 stars.
The set includes the finest handsewn Flowering Tea leaves and flowers offered together in a glass teapot for a unique and distinguished gift.
Those two ingredients generously mixed with unpaved water flume pathways, handsewn quilts & cotton candy so pink I wouldn't be surprised if you told me I was on acid, kept me in dreamland long enough to make for a super groggy day.
If you like handsewn books, check out the work of Seattle artist and poet, Jennifer Borges Foster.
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