machine-stitch

machine-stitch

vb (tr)
(Knitting & Sewing) to stitch with a sewing machine

machine-stitch


Past participle: machine-stitched
Gerund: machine-stitching

Imperative
machine-stitch
machine-stitch
Present
I machine-stitch
you machine-stitch
he/she/it machine-stitches
we machine-stitch
you machine-stitch
they machine-stitch
Preterite
I machine-stitched
you machine-stitched
he/she/it machine-stitched
we machine-stitched
you machine-stitched
they machine-stitched
Present Continuous
I am machine-stitching
you are machine-stitching
he/she/it is machine-stitching
we are machine-stitching
you are machine-stitching
they are machine-stitching
Present Perfect
I have machine-stitched
you have machine-stitched
he/she/it has machine-stitched
we have machine-stitched
you have machine-stitched
they have machine-stitched
Past Continuous
I was machine-stitching
you were machine-stitching
he/she/it was machine-stitching
we were machine-stitching
you were machine-stitching
they were machine-stitching
Past Perfect
I had machine-stitched
you had machine-stitched
he/she/it had machine-stitched
we had machine-stitched
you had machine-stitched
they had machine-stitched
Future
I will machine-stitch
you will machine-stitch
he/she/it will machine-stitch
we will machine-stitch
you will machine-stitch
they will machine-stitch
Future Perfect
I will have machine-stitched
you will have machine-stitched
he/she/it will have machine-stitched
we will have machine-stitched
you will have machine-stitched
they will have machine-stitched
Future Continuous
I will be machine-stitching
you will be machine-stitching
he/she/it will be machine-stitching
we will be machine-stitching
you will be machine-stitching
they will be machine-stitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been machine-stitching
you have been machine-stitching
he/she/it has been machine-stitching
we have been machine-stitching
you have been machine-stitching
they have been machine-stitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been machine-stitching
you will have been machine-stitching
he/she/it will have been machine-stitching
we will have been machine-stitching
you will have been machine-stitching
they will have been machine-stitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been machine-stitching
you had been machine-stitching
he/she/it had been machine-stitching
we had been machine-stitching
you had been machine-stitching
they had been machine-stitching
Conditional
I would machine-stitch
you would machine-stitch
he/she/it would machine-stitch
we would machine-stitch
you would machine-stitch
they would machine-stitch
Past Conditional
I would have machine-stitched
you would have machine-stitched
he/she/it would have machine-stitched
we would have machine-stitched
you would have machine-stitched
they would have machine-stitched
Translations

machine-stitch

[məˈʃiːnˌstɪtʃ] VTcoser a máquina

machine-stitch

[məˈʃiːnˌstɪtʃ] vtcucire a macchina
References in periodicals archive ?
Hand- or machine-stitch bar tacks at each pocket upper corner.
Place the decorative strip of sheet wrong side up on top of the ties, with cut edge against cut edge of sheet, and machine-stitch a 1/2-inch seam.
Hand- or machine-stitch the front-hip pad to the front-hip cover at the correct placement.
To assemble the pillows, pin front and back cotton squares with right sides together, then machine-stitch a 1/2-inch seam, leaving an 8-inch opening.
Machine-stitch, then turn right-side-out through opening.
Next, sandwich cotton panels between lace, Machine-stitch around design, leaving a 1 -inch opening for stuffing batting; trim to a 1/4-inch seam.
Fold flap, right sides together; machine-stitch top and bottom edges with a '/4 -inch seam; turn right-side-out.
Unless otherwise noted, machine-stitch seams, leaving a 1/2 inch seam allowance, trim to 1/4 inch (for a more decorative look, use pinking shears).
Starting with upper body parts, overlap the arms along AB by 3/4 inch (see step 2), then pin, baste, and machine-stitch 1/2 inch in from edge.
Pin each antenna to a top upper section as pictured, then baste and machine-stitch.
Baste along penciled outline, allowing a 1 1/2-inch hole for the stuffing, then machine-stitch.
Photo: Machine-stitch along outline, through two fabric layers.