stitchcraft

stitchcraft

(ˈstɪtʃˌkrɑːft) or

stitchwork

n
(Knitting & Sewing) needlework or embroidery
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She is also the host of a knitting show on the Oxygen channel, Stitchcraft. The book is written in an easy-to-understand style.
Stitchcraft was passed on from mother to daughter as education for the poor was sadly neglected until well into the century.
Custom black-suede and silver-dazzle Stitchcraft leather-like upholstery allows mobility modifications to appear seamless and stylish throughout the interior.
HIS WAY: Sinatra, left, and his fabulous outdoor pool at the 14-room mansion where he entertained the rich and famous for 15 years; ONE FOR MY BABY: Bar for friends; COFFEE SONG: The elegant kitchen; TENDER TRAP: Romantic bathroom; NICE 'N' EASY: One of two lounges; STITCHCRAFT: Leopard skin cushions; THAT'S KNIFE: Sinatra's dining room
The Stitchcraft division is responsible for providing all soft goods for production, including chairs, sofas, cushions, draperies, carpeting, bedspreads, foam mattresses and trim panels, etc.