Definition of Overhanding

1. overhand [v] - See also: overhand



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overhanding

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overhair
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overhand
overhand knot
overhand knots
overhand stitch
overhanded
overhanding (current term)
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Literary usage of Overhanding

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1. Clothing for Women; Selection, Design, Construction: A Practical Manual for by Laura Irene Baldt (1916)
"Let short ends extend, over which the overhanding can be done. Fio. 107.—overhanding. To fasten: Turn the work and overhand over the last few stitches taken ..."

2. Clothing and Health: An Elementary Textbook of Home Making by Helen Kinne, Anna Maria Cooley (1916)
"LESSON 5 THE overhanding STITCH A new game and a new stitch. Let us make the bags with the new stitch before we learn to play the game. ..."

3. Scientific Sewing and Garment Cutting: For Use in Schools and in the Home by Antionette Prudence Van Hoesen Wakeman, Louise M. Heller (1898)
"overhanding. First of all, have each pupil double the model together along ... For what is overhanding used ? Ans. For sewing together the edges of cloth ..."

4. Hand Sewing Lessons: A Graded Course for Schools and for the Home by Sarah Ewell Krolik (1905)
"overhanding. Two pieces of calico, 2x4 inches, in contrasting colors. Two pieces of cotton, ... 9 needle for overhanding and overcasting the cotton model. ..."

5. Handicraft for Girls: A Tentative Course in Needlework, Basketry, Designing by Idabelle McGlauflin (1910)
"Exercise No. 5—-Running Design—No. 2. Exercise No. 6—overhanding—Running ... overhanding Nos. 1 and 2 to 3 and 4.*f * tt §-See Electives, page 18. ..."

6. School Needlework. A Course of Study in Sewing Designed for Use in Schools by Olive C. Hapgood (1893)
"overhanding is done by sewing closely over two edges of cloth. The edge of the cloth may be either a ... Showing overhanding stitches, needle in position. ..."

7. School Needlework: A Course of Study in Sewing Designed for Use in Schools by Olive C. Hapgood (1893)
"overhanding is done by sewing closely over two edges of cloth. The edge of the cloth may be either a ... Showing overhanding stitches, needle in position. ..."

8. Sewing: Handicraft for Girls; a Graded Course for City and Rural Schools by Idabelle McGlauflin (1918)
"6—overhanding—Running Designs 1 and 2 together. Exercise No. 7—Running Design No. 3. ... overhanding Nos. 1 and 2 to 3 and 4.* t * t See Electives, page 17. ..."

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