Definition of Single stitch
1. Noun. A crochet stitch.
2. Verb. Make by single stitching. "They single stitch the cape "
Category relationships: Handicraft
Generic synonyms: Crochet
Derivative terms: Single Crochet
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Literary usage of Single stitch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Development of Embroidery in America by Candace Wheeler (1921)
"worked with silk in "single stitch," which means one crossing of the canvas instead of two, as in ordinary cross-stitch. The latter was of course better ..."
2. Bookbinding for Amateurs: Being Descriptions of the Various Tools and by W. J. Eden Crane (1885)
"—PAMPHLET STITCH. the middle of the second section; then, emerging, is plunged into the third section, and a single stitch taken backward; and the whole of ..."
3. Occupations for Little Fingers: A Manual for Grade Teachers, Mothers and by Elizabeth Sage, Anna Maria Cooley (1910)
"74), work around the upper edge of the slipper, catching it into each rib; put a single stitch between each double one. This forms the beading for a ribbon ..."