satin stitch


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satin stitch

n.
An embroidery stitch worked in close parallel lines to give a solid satinlike finish.

satin stitch

n
(Knitting & Sewing) an embroidery stitch consisting of rows of flat stitches placed close together
[C17: so called from the satin-like appearance of embroidery using this stitch]
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Noun1.satin stitch - flat stitches worked so closely as to resemble satin
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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To finish the raw edges, machine satin stitch with a colored thread, or zigzag or blanket stitch using matching or invisible thread.
Use a short zigzag stitch length to create a satin stitch, often used for applique (3).
Glass beads on velvet, satin stitch technique, sewn with commercial cotton thread.
This bag (main pic) has washing line applique stitched on with free motion embroidery, but you could use a satin stitch for the clothes and a straight stitch for the line.
One of the cornerstones of the program was her instructional demonstration of various stitches, both common stitches such as backstitch, cross-stitch, satin stitch, and tent stitch, and more advanced stitches such as Burden stitch and Gobelin stitch.
Geisha is crafted in silk with a satin stitch embroidery.
In the afternoon session, the speakers presented the details of satin stitch punching program as an example high quality design possibilities gained through EPC WIN Software, such as automatic punching programs for infinite creativity and change of stitch density and design sizes.
In life's rich tapestry I am part French knot, part satin stitch, part perfectly woven picot - the twiddly bit that goes to make up a single perfect stamen within the single feature-lily that resides in the foreground in the sort of lavish renaissance artwork that has passers-by routinely whispering, 'Oh, my days.
The sets can also be monogrammed in satin stitch or cross stitch from pounds 4 a letter.
Get to your nearest store soon if you want to achieve this look: classic bistro chair, pounds 49; elverum closet, pounds 1, 399; duo bedstead from pounds 399; graphic abstract collection- du vet cover, from pounds 40; Housewife pillowcase, pounds 12; scratchy circles cushion, pounds 62; curvy cube, satin stitch bedcover, pounds 120; lacquer lamp, pounds 140; glass stripe bowl , pounds 15; mohair throw, pounds 60; chimney vase, pounds 15; shining four-draws, pounds 799; tullimi cushion, pounds 22 and shaggy rug, pounds 129.
The stitches that they had previously been introduced to included the satin stitch and the couching stitch.
Niki Moser's and Kim Ponick's embroidered scenes of the Gulf War, Cover-Up Quilt, 1991, worked in color in a relatively quick, rough satin stitch, possess an urgency absent from Whiten's embroideries.