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satin stitch

n.
An embroidery stitch worked in close parallel lines to give a solid satinlike finish.
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satin stitch

n
(Knitting & Sewing) an embroidery stitch consisting of rows of flat stitches placed close together
[C17: so called from the satin-like appearance of embroidery using this stitch]
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Noun1.satin stitch - flat stitches worked so closely as to resemble satin
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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* To assemble the log, fold the bottom along the satin stitches so it meets at the other end, forming an arch in the log.
Starting at the hat upper edge, stitch satin stitches from one hat edge to the other until the hat is filled in.
For children under 3, apply french knots or satin stitches for the eyes in lieu of using plastic safety eyes.
"Lone Star," "Log Cabin," and "Grandma's Dream" are the traditional quilt patterns done in simple satin stitches, with the alternating directions of the stitches on canvas picking up the light and giving the padded effect of quilting.
SATIN STITCHES, custom-created short jumpsuit, 800.48.Satin, www.satinstiches.com
Satin stitches, tiny running stitches laid beneath close parallel stitches, give a raised effect, as of three dimensions.
Embroidery machines are very capable of constructing satin stitches, changing stitch angles and even layering stitches for a padded effect.
This creates smooth and even satin stitches and keeps the fabric from pulling and distorting.
* With right sides together, align one rectangular tab short end with the horn lower edge and whipstitch together using the same thread as the outer-edge satin stitches (A).
Tight needle tension is often identified on designs when stitches are very short or satin stitches are very narrow.