Definition of Featherstitched

1. featherstitch [v] - See also: featherstitch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Featherstitched

featheriness
feathering
feathering strip
feathering strips
featherings
featherless
featherless biped
featherlessness
featherlight
featherlike
featherly
feathermaker
feathermakers
feathers
featherstitch
featherstitched (current term)
featherstitches
feathertail
feathertails
feathertop
featherweight
featherweights
featherwood
featherwoods
featherwork
featherworks
feathery
feating
featlier

Literary usage of Featherstitched

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1. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, Helen Canon (1919)
"The bottom of the flannel petticoat may be finished with a featherstitched hem, hand scalloping, or crocheting. A simple slip (Fig. 102) is most serviceable ..."

2. The Mothercraft Manual by Mary Lillian Read (1916)
"Seams on woolen garments should be felled or edges featherstitched flat. Armhole and neck of flannel garments should be covered with soft seam-binding or ..."

3. The Mothercraft manual by Mary Lillian Read (1916)
"Seams on woolen garments should be felled or edges featherstitched flat. Armhole and neck of flannel garments should be covered with soft seam-binding or ..."

4. Money for the Woman who Wants it: A Practical Presentation of the Principles by Emmett Leroy Shannon (1920)
"It was made of dainty, dotted Swiss, and was featherstitched all around in sunny yellow floss. A frill of soft lace finished the edge. ..."

5. Shelter and Clothing: A Textbook of the Household Arts by Helen Kinne, Anna Maria Cooley (1913)
"Circles marked with a spool to overlap, and featherstitched on the line make a very effective decoration. Squares or ellipses followed in the same way are ..."

6. Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants by Susan Edith Tracy (1910)
"... together and then featherstitched down each seam and stuffed with wool, are among the best. The ends are drawn up very tightly and fringed out. ..."

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