Definition of stitching in English:

stitching

Line breaks: stitch|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈstɪtʃɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A row of stitches sewn on to cloth: the gloves were white with black stitching
More example sentences
  • The man is described as Asian with a small moustache and was wearing a sports jacket while the woman had blond hair and was wearing a black coat with white stitching.
  • It all began with walking in the door and having a uniform chucked at me, black shirt with white stitching, and tan pants.
  • Inside, there are now red seat inserts and chrome cabin highlights, white instrument faces and plenty of red stitching: the black and red scheme underlines the car's sporty appearance.

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