unstitched

unstitched

(ʌnˈstɪtʃt)
adj
1. (Knitting & Sewing) having no stitches; unsewed
2. to come unstitched to go wrong or awry
References in classic literature ?
The upper leather was unstitched and had to be sewn together.
Are we, in fact, prepared to have it unstitched in this ad hoc way by hasty noise from the blogosphere?
Atif Fareed, a resident of Airport lodged a complaint with local police that shop worker Ateeq Ahmed had allegedly stolen stitched and unstitched clothes worth Rs0.
You forget who you are and where you come from when you are in the presence of God, circling the Kaaba in a two-piece, unstitched attire.
5) Decousu, literally unstitched or incoherent, is a fairly apt description.
He got his education from Karachi University in 2003 but continued his own business as shopkeeper of the unstitched clothes in Metroville.
ISLAMABAD -- As Eid-ul-Fitr draws nearer, shopping for the festival is gaining momentum with more and more women visiting boutiques to buy ready-made clothes instead of buying unstitched cloth in twin cities.
It goes against the purpose of Haj' where male hajis wear unstitched cloth ( women wear loose clothing) to ensure the rich and poor are the same before God.
The weavers here produced a variety of silk fabrics as plain, striped or checked yardage, as well as specific unstitched garments such as dhotis and saris.
The fabric is available for Dh75 for unstitched and Dh100 for stitched in the colours of your choice.
They are also required to wear white unstitched clothing.
MASKerade; Unstitched At first glance, this may seem like a normal ballroom, but guests will be terrified when they see human heads inside oversized candles, appendages dangling in the streets and human faces ripped right from skulls with bloody remains still intact.