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satin stitch

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Definition of satin stitch in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A long straight embroidery stitch, giving the appearance of satin: embroider the thicker stems in satin stitch
More example sentences
  • Chain stitch is widely used, also satin stitch and stem stitch.
  • That the panel on the easy chair is in satin stitch and Mr. Holzer's is in tent stitch cannot obscure the amazing similarities of these two extremely rare upholstery masterpieces.
  • With a 2 mm satin stitch and black thread, stitch the whiskers.

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