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saddle stitch

n.
1. A simple overcasting stitch, usually of a thread contrasting in color with the fabric, used primarily as ornament on clothing.
2. A stitch used in sewing together the leaves of a book at the fold lines, either with thread or wire.

sad′dle stitch`


n.
a. an overcasting stitch, esp. one made with a strip of leather or cord.
b. a spaced running stitch in contrasting thread.
[1930–35]
sad′dle-stitch`, v.t.
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Noun1.saddle stitch - a decorative overcast or running stitch, especially in a contrasting color
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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Do not go for anything less than full-grain vegetable-tanned leather, assembled using the saddle-stitching technique," advises Dani Caltik from Benny Bee Leather.
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Saddle-stitching for brochures with up to 128 pages is the classic among the binding types and makes economic sense for any print run length.
Mark the strap saddle-stitching placement per the previous msmictions.
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Solicitation:requiring such operations as receipt of electronic materials, electronic preflight, proofs, printing in four-color process, folding, trimming, saddle-stitching, spiral binding, labeling, packing, delivery, delivery notifications and return of furnished materials
Choose from a variety of finishing options--including saddle-stitching, hole-punching, and single or multi-position stapling--to regain control of turnaround time, quality, and production costs.