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  • n. Plural form of stitcher.


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  • The women, called stitchers, can spend up to 100 hours on just one piece, using techniques like embroidery and quilting.

    CNN Transcript Mar 4, 2006

  • Both are the daughters of what Gray calls 'stitchers' , women who sewed for a living. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • The contractor is using five "stitchers," or wick drain rigs-the most Palmatier has ever used on a single project. Latest Headlines

  • My fellow stitchers jokingly call this "reverse stitching."

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  • Working with the Birth Project stitchers was like being in touch with one aspect of the continuum of women's history: the medieval workshops where women stitched together for the glory of the church; the all-female Renaissance guilds where women embellished royal robes; the 19th-century quilting bees where women coded secrets into their quilts.

    Judy Chicago: Statement

  • Committed to using art as a vehicle for intellectual and social change, Chicago created The Birth Project, a series of birth and creation images from needlework executed by skilled stitchers around the country, and The Holocaust Project, (1994) in collaboration with her husband, photographer Donald Woodman.

    Personal Information for Judy Chicago

  • They insisted that laser stitchers just weren't accurate enough since they needed measurements input instead of using a keen bridesmaid's eye.


  • If you want a pressure for that and pomo techniques in history, you can look at the episodic structural form of the rhapsodes, the stitchers-of-songs, who were weaving together all sorts of bits and bobs on a coherent theme for fairly logical reasons in context.

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  • HUMlab Syjunta sewing circles will bring together HUMlab html users to stitch the RGB and CMYK hexadecimal colour codes onto the GYRMC tent, and invite the Yarn stitchers to sew their embroidered texts into a single patchwork quilt.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Girls are incurable on the subject of marriage, and all that we wise men can say will not prevent the waistcoat-makers and the shoe-stitchers from dreaming of husbands studded with diamonds.

    Les Miserables


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