lock stitch

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lock·stitch

also lock stitch  (lŏk′stĭch′)
n.
A stitch made on a sewing machine by interlocking the upper thread and the bobbin thread.

lock stitch

n
(Knitting & Sewing) a sewing-machine stitch in which the top thread interlocks with the bobbin thread

lock′ stitch`

or lock′stitch`,


n.
a sewing-machine stitch in which two threads are locked together at small intervals.
[1860–65]
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Double Side Inter Lock Stitches, Can Be Used From Either Side Reversible Pattern With One Pocket And Lace.
It's a wise move to periodically do a back stitch as you work to lock stitches into place by stitching backward one stitch every couple of inches.
When done, sew the two together with no less than a V inch seam allowance, pulling the stitches taut with abundant lock stitches.
Proven Gear designs are manufactured with extra bar tacks and lock stitches to ensure years of dependability in demanding and tough environments.
Lock stitches work best when an underside is either in a tight pocket or in the middle of a broad area of material where you can't easily maneuver a regular sewing needle through the seam.
Double Sides Inter Lock Stitches, It Can Be Used From Either Side.