Definition of stitch and bitch in English:

stitch and bitch

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(also stitch 'n' bitch)

noun

[usually as modifier]
A social gathering during which the participants chat or gossip while engaging in knitting or needlework: her grand designs for the shop involve a trendy makeover and the introduction of a Tuesday night stitch-and-bitch session
More example sentences
  • But what she really looks forward to is meeting once a week with her Stitch 'n' Bitch group.
  • "Radical domestic culture" is how members of one Stitch 'n' Bitch group in Dunbar jokingly describe their passion.
  • Gillingham used to attend a Stitch 'n' Bitch with "hard core crafters" who met to share resources and info.

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