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 (krôs′hăch′, krŏs′-)
tr.v. cross·hatched, cross·hatch·ing, cross·hatch·es
To mark or shade with two or more intersecting sets of parallel lines.
1. A pattern made by such lines.
2. The symbol (#).

cross′-hatch′ing n.
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Crosshatching and pointillism produce frames that resemble family photos: form mirrors content.
She used different techniques such crosshatching, twisting and tying.
The air rifles are available in three styles: black with a gray forearm grip and gray rear grip; camouflage with a black forearm grip and black rear grip; and, brown hardwood with crosshatching cut into the forearm grip and rear grip.
Useful concepts, such as measuring with a pencil, perspective and crosshatching lines, are included, and add depth to the lesson.
Steuben, which is sharpening its focus on core tabletop categories, last month introduced the Crosshatch collection, a sophisticated line of stemware, barware and giftware that imbues a minimal mid-century design with a sense of energy through etched crosshatching.
When set at acceptable perpendicular position, an arbor will deliver a trace crosshatching on ripped strips.
The warmhearted art by debut children's book illustrator Cathy Butterfield subtly blends anthropomorphism with colorful crosshatching in this delightful story about never giving up on one's ambition.