hand-stitched

hand-stitched

adj
(Knitting & Sewing) stitched by hand rather than by a machine
Translations

hand-stitched

[ˌhændˈstɪtʃt] ADJcosido a mano
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The car has hand-stitched leather upholstery, 16-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and black piano lacquer wood trim.
Sialkot-based soccer ball manufacturers and exporters Safdar, Khalid Mehmood, Iqbal and Ghulam Husain said that hand-stitched inflatable soccer balls had historically been Sialkot's major product.
Each dress is composed of several different fabrics, meshed, molded and hand-stitched together to portray the different personalities of every woman wearing the wedding dresses.
BUS giant Stagecoach says it is investing PS4m in new Merseyside buses - including more Gold buses to Wirral with hand-stitched leather seats.
One such example is of Zamrud Khan, the Pakistani woman who most recently is reported to have created the World's first hand-stitched Quran.
The vehicle is a two-seat, rear-wheel drive, mid-engine supercar with a body designed by a hyper-car designer, featuring a luxury hand-stitched leather interior made by Mansory in Germany, while the body is made in Belgium, using only carbon fibre.
The sheer, flesh-coloured design, which features more than 2,500 hand-stitched crystals, had a pre-sale estimate of $3m (PS2.
Hand-stitched buttonholes are created using two parallel lines of buttonhole stitches and either bar tacks on both ends or a bar tack and a fan end.
Janet Read, from Coventry, makes machine and hand-stitched pieces, with On the Tor and Coastal Watch featuring suitably-coloured threads to represent the scenes in an abstract way.
It's also really good quality - the chairs are all hand-stitched.
Paradiso's work consists of hand-stitched cotton images presented in wooden hoops featuring male nudes.
Taking part will be painter Claire Myers, woven textile artist Jill Dexter, popular Hexham landscape photographer David Taylor, and Tania Taylor, who creates hand-stitched journals and notebooks.