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  • n. Plural form of stitch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stitch.


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  • -- You begin this by a row of net stitches worked from right to left, or as the engraving shows, by a row of stitches called «seed stitches».

    Encyclopedia of Needlework

  • If I were working some other increase, say, a lifted increase, I would say, just do an * increase, work 6 stitches, increase, work 7 stitches* repeat, and it should even out.


  • The book that had my mother-in-law in stitches is A Zoo in My Luggage by Gerald Durrell.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Thompson is such a wry, friendly presence that his every utterance draws a chuckle from the faithful (most of the time a deserved one, though sometimes he'll say "thanks" and they'll still be in stitches).

    Michael Giltz: Music: Richard Thompson at Town Hall

  • At first I thought this was a straight up comedy and it had me in stitches and then I felt bad for her with the gulf it created between her and other people but then you ended it so wonderfully, it was just nice. abhi Says:

    BECOMING • by A P Charman

  • The instructions say to pick up those stitches from the end of the original edging, and just start knitting along the top.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • One witness told me that Hamady Ndiaye had his teammates in stitches as he decided to bring back one of my personal favorites from the movie, "Coming to America."

    John Wall, Wizards rookies "don't want no scrubs"

  • What more could ask for, when you've got idiotic English suicide bombers, the beautiful Sheffield skyline (and Supertram system) and some beautifully delivered comedic lines that will leave most cinema-goers in stitches?

    Movie Trailer: Four Lions | /Film

  • Laughter may be the best medicine, but leaving people in stitches can also separate them from their money for a good cause.

    Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010

  • Though I have to admit, Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock put me in stitches when they do their stereotypic white guy voices.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why Jews and Catholics on the Supreme Court?


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