saddle stitching

saddle stitching

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a method of binding in which the sections of a publication are inserted inside each other and secured through the middle fold with thread, or wire staples
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Sew the gusset to the apron (as shown in Photo 7) using a saddle stitch (see "Saddle Stitching" on Page 44).
Begin saddle stitching at the pocket upper right corner, stitching through the pocket and each leather hole along the pocket perimeter, according to the saddle stitch instructions on page 35.
Indeed, tartan-effect saddle stitching, tassels and fringes characterize the Tod's collection, from apparel to handbags and footwear.
The four distinctive references to cricket you notice at first glance are a miniature replication of stumps at 12 o'clock; cricket bat-shaped hands; a caseback bearing the exclusive symbol of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015; and a red calfskin leather strap with triple saddle stitching in the manner of a leather ball.
The brochures are available in the online shop and come with saddle stitching, eyelet binding or as spiral booklet.
SPEND Cream leather table pounds 125 from Dwell, www.dwell.co.uk If saddle stitching is your thing then this is the table for you.
Distinctive hand-finished saddle stitching on the leather clad dashboard and seats give it a distinctly up-market appearance, while the choice of wooden or carbonfibre-look inserts on the dash and doors give it a traditional or more modern appeal depending on which you prefer.
Specializing in publications, directories, and catalogs, Branch Smith provides art and design, digital prepress, 40" roll fed sheetfed presses, saddle stitching and perfect binding, inkjet mailing and fulfillment.
Saddle stitching and two-tone are very much in evidence.
Although you can hold the pieces in place for saddle stitching with binder clips and your hands, a stitching pony makes the job much easier.