Definition of Sewing basket
1. Noun. A workbasket in which sewing materials can be stored.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sewing Basket
Literary usage of Sewing basket
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elementary Home Economics: First Lessons in Sewing and Textiles, Foods and by Mary Lockwood Matthews (1921)
"... SEWING-BASKET A SEWING-BASKET in which to place the implements used for sewing is needed by every seamstress if she is to do her sewing easily and well. ..."
2. Home Occupations for Boys and Girls by Bertha Johnston, Fanny Chapin (1908)
"CHAPTER IV THE SEWING-BASKET While busy with thread and needle, the mother may find it necessary to ... What do the contents of the sewing-basket hint? ..."
3. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"There is a small table on ich ich is a woman's sewing-basket. The sewing-basket is open. A piece of rich fancy work lies on the table, as if a lady had just ..."
4. Manual of Exercises in Hand Sewing: Adopted by Industrial & Grade Schools by Margaret Josephine Blair (1904)
"The sewing basket, which in itself will be a delight to the child, should be well equipped with scissors, needles, thread, thimble, tape-line, and emery. ..."
5. The Silent Readers by William Dodge Lewis, Albert Lindsay Rowland (1920)
"GARDEN TOOL CHEST sewing basket PLAY BOOM Write the words, GARDEN, TOOL CHEST; sewing basket, PLAY ROOM, at the top of the four spaces on the fourth line, ..."