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- n. An embroidery stitch made over another
- v. To sew with these stitches
"It wasn't quite thick enough, so we told them to really 'overstitch' it to show off the embroidery and further emphasize the richness of couture," said design director Andreas Jeenicke, adding that a thicker German yarn was also chosen.
When she sat down at her sewing machine, she made me sit on the floor on a cushion and gave me work to do: unpick this, learn how to overstitch a hem, chores that bored me silly.
The regular robe makers do much of their work with the heavy overstitch sewing machines, but it can be done as well or better by hand at the expense of more time.
Her new autumn/winter collection turns tradition on its head with slim, long line jackets in a patchwork of specially woven Harris Tweeds, and coats with a distinctive yellow overstitch.
Based on the company's prior Elan Form cases, the Elan Form Etch features high-quality leather with an etched pattern on the rear and an overstitch accent, bonded to a two-piece polycarbonate case featuring Griffin's EasyDock design, allowing the ...