Definition of Satin stitch
1. Noun. Flat stitches worked so closely as to resemble satin.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satin Stitch
Literary usage of Satin stitch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Woman's Book: Dealing Practically with the Modern Conditions of Home (1894)
"Satin-Stitch. . The superb Chinese embroideries, of which examples have been recently sold for a song, by a great importing house overstocked with small ..."
2. Clothing for Women; Selection, Design, Construction: A Practical Manual for by Laura Irene Baldt (1916)
"Laid or satin stitch, showing padding, finished leaf and working stem. stitches one on top of the other, scattering these over the petal or half leaf to be ..."
3. Art in Needlework: A Book about Embroidery by Lewis Foreman Day, Mary Buckle (1907)
"SATIN-STITCH is par excellence the stitch for fine silk work. I do not know if the name of " satin-stitch" comes from its being so largely employed upon ..."
4. Art in Needlework: A Book about Embroidery by Lewis Foreman Day, Mary Buckle (1907)
"Satin-stitch, however, need not be, and never was, confined to work upon silk or satin. ... This may be described as satin-stitch in the making—at any ..."
5. The House and Home: A Practical Book by Lyman Abbott (1896)
"Plumetis is the variety of satin-stitch known to us in French work on cotton or ... A pattern of scrolls worked in close satin-stitch with ecru cotton has ..."
6. Dressmaking by Jane Fales (1917)
"(if) satin stitch.—The work is done from left to right. As each stitch is made the needle is brought through the material toward the worker. ..."