handsewn


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handsewn

(hændˈsəʊn)
adj
(Knitting & Sewing) sewn by a person rather than by a machine
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Adj.1.handsewn - sewn by hand rather than machine
hand-crafted, handmade - made by hand or a hand process; "delicate handmade baby dresses"
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I've just finished a massive handsewn advent calendar for my grandson.
The first spotlights avant-garde, handsewn pieces, each features elements from sculptor Takashi Horisaki.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for the acquisition of handsewn of osi galdakao barrualde.
CO-ORDINATED BY PAMELA EMERSON (AKA THE CRAFTY HISTORIAN) THIS YEAR-LONG COMMUNITY PROJECT AIMS TO GET AS MANY NORTHERN IRELAND PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE INVOLVED IN CREATING THE WORLD'S LARGEST HANDSEWN STOCKING.
Si nous explorons plus avant l'album des expositions (Collyer, 2006; 2007; 2008; 2010) auxquelles cet ensemble a pris part, on y voit <<6 handsewn felt flags>> (Collyer, 2010), c'est-a-dire six drapeaux en feutre, cousus a la main.
Diverting stoma is not necessary when performing a handsewn coloanal anastomosis for lower rectal cancer.
Microphone packs are handsewn in to ensure they don't fall out during routines.
Though they depend chiefly on donations, they also have a gift shop in which they sell handsewn Communion veils, as well as cards and rosaries.
Also, for him, find handsewn bowties and suspenders at Durian and the Lyon, Booth 163 on Spruce.
For the men, the Florsheim Casual Crest shoe is a perforated handsewn slipon shoe with twin side gore, soft suede leather upper and lining.
She likes a bit of bling and the thought of all those yards of tulle and handsewn sequins makes her come over all peculiar.