GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. same as handsewn.
- adj. sewn by hand rather than machine
“It's all handstitched, which is not only a lovely look but it also means that this project is easily portable.”
“Greenfield suits have buttonholes that are handstitched 50 times.”
“But in this age of Cocodot and Paperless Post, we were particularly impressed by a 3/8-inch maple-wood block mailed by Frye Co. in a cotton sack with a handstitched label for a party celebrating the new Frye store.”
“What's in the water that makes Bay Area foodies hell-bent on feeding the world safe & healthy food (carried in non-plastic bags handstitched by non-corporations)?”
“How is the receiver planning on putting it together. i.e. you mentioned it was turned ... is it a double-sided block you're sending which gets handstitched to the next one?”
“Lastly, I handstitched in a poly-cotton lining in black and topped it off with a black zipper.”
“I stole one of her tongue rings and stuck it through the canvas tongue, and attached a handstitched canvas crow to it.”
“This 33-pound Swarovski-crystal-encrusted satin gown by Dior features 6,000 sequins — handstitched with gold thread, obviously.”
“I actually handstitched the whole thing, and got cramp after a while.”
“Because handstitched perfection cannot be rushed, royal coronations were sometimes delayed until Hermès fittings for the carriage and the guard had arrived.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘handstitched’.
Looking for tweets for handstitched.