hand-stitched

hand-stitched

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

hand-stitched

[ˌhændˈstɪtʃt] ADJcosido a mano
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HAND-STITCHED LEATHER AND SUEDE BROGUES Now PS24.99 plus PS4.95 p&p Buy two for PS45 Steeped in British culture, the brogue is the quintessential gentlemen's shoe.
The term "La Passacaglia" comes from the Spanish word meaning "street song." The design is an intricate pattern of rosettes, a signature of the Millefiori quilt a name derived from the Italian word meaning "thousand flowers." Each of the over 2,954 pieces of the quilt were hand-stitched by Baker using the English Paper Piecing technique.
Now PS44.99 plus PS4.95 p&p All styles feature fine leather uppers and the soles are hand-stitched and glued - a unique feature not found in other shoes at this price.
Using traditional embroidery methods, the duo hand-stitched electromechanical switches out of handmade copper coils, a magnetic bead, and gold and silver conductive thread, Fast Company reports.
The city alone is catering more than 70 percent demands of hand-stitched inflatable balls and produce 40 million balls annually.
Tlaib, who is of Palestinian origin, appeared in a thobe, a traditional dress adorned with elaborate, hand-stitched embroidery.
For generations, Ahmed's family has hand-stitched the very footballs used in the FIFA tournaments.
Three generations of Ahmed's family have been involved in crafting the hand-stitched footballs for the professional leagues around the world, as per a press release.
Raza hails from a family in Sialkot, whose older members have been crafting hand-stitched footballs for professional leagues across three generations.
Shadow work embroidery is an ancient, hand-stitched fabric art dating back as early as the 3rd century BC.
A FLAG hand-stitched on Islay for a mass burial of American soldiers during World War I is coming back to the island.
The exquisite obra maestras, which seemed like oil paintings at first glance, revealed a three-dimensional form of art hand-stitched, padded and quilted with swatches of precious hand-stitched textiles like the Indonesian ikat and batik gathered from her travels.