chain stitch


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chain stitch

n.
1. A decorative sewing stitch in which loops are connected like the links of a chain.
2. A basic crochet stitch in which connected loops of yarn or thread form a chain.

chain stitch

n
(Knitting & Sewing) an ornamental looped embroidery stitch resembling the links of a chain
vb
(Knitting & Sewing) to sew (something) with this stitch

chain′ stitch`


n.
1. a decorative hand stitch that forms a line of single stitches looped like a chain.
2. a basic crochet stitch in which the yarn is formed into a strand of interlocking single loops.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chain stitch - the most basic of all crochet stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loopchain stitch - the most basic of all crochet stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop
crochet stitch - any one of a number of stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop with a crochet needle
2.chain stitch - a looped stitch resembling the links of a chain; used in embroidery and in sewing
lazy daisy stitch - long chain stitches arranged in flower patterns
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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Learn to make a basic chain stitch and learn how to read a pattern.
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double lockstitch 301 and 304 and double chain stitch 401.
Familiary with the fundamentals of the craft is generally presumed, although a brief introduction does refresh the reader's memory on stitch symbols, as well as how to make basic stitches (including backstitch, right-hand stitch, chain stitch, chevron stitch, cretan stitch, and many more).
She added eyes in stem stitch (Diagram lll-C) and legs in chain stitch (Diagram lll-D) using black floss.
A single looped chain stitch will now unlock all the facing loops and the bag will completely open.
The final chapters include a list of sources for obtaining the supplies listed for each project and a handy dictionary of stitch terms such as bobble, chain stitch, and I cord and descriptions for those who need a refresher course on the abbreviations.
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