from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who stitches.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who stitches; a seamstress.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who stitches; also, a tool or machine used in stitching.
- n. Specifically The operator or the machine that stitches together the sections of an unbound book.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a garmentmaker who performs the finishing steps
He also ran the "stitcher," a ground-level machine that staples together magazines and pamphlets.
A woman comes out and said her mother sent her to the fish market on this day and time and it's then Cassie realizes she's a "stitcher" who is there to heal Nick.
As an avid stitcher in my spare time, I often have to rip out my work to fix mistakes.
We'll be back to 13 stripes and 50 stars, said volunteer stitcher Carolyn Deters of Glenwood, Iowa.
The oldest piece of equipment, a side-seam stitcher, is from about 1910.
Understandably salsa-dancing, knicker-stitcher Hayley, was rather distressed – but she's going to be even more upset to find herself bound and gagged in the factory by crazed Tony, who remonstrates: "Could you stop your snivelling and be a man about this?"
A stitcher in Pakistan receives 30 rupees (45p) for a football, and 47 rupees for a Fairtrade football (to Fifa standard), but crucially they also have access to microcredit loans (fairdealtrading. com)
That the unknown individual, the surreptitious stitcher, the one who put the tassels on, had a really sick sense of humor?
Being a cross-stitcher and crafty-kinda-gal who also loves to "do" quilling AND an admirer of cake decorating, today's blog entry has my eyes totally satisfied and wanting a cigarette!
As a stitcher, wanna be quilter, and all-around crafts lover, these are just beautiful!