• Don Hemstitch and Conspirators
    Don Hemstitch and Conspirators
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n hemstitching a stitch in which parallel threads are drawn and exposed threads are caught together in groups
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In literature:

But speak-to-me-only-with-thine-eyes isn't a really reliable reason for embroidering doilies and hemstitching tablecloths.
"Anne Of The Island" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
I taught her hemstitching, and I helped her to cut and fit.
"My Antonia" by Willa Cather
As a matter of course she hemstitched the best table linen and bed linen they could afford.
"The Valley of the Moon" by Jack London
She hemstitched a fine white linen handkerchief for her father while I read.
"The Mutiny of the Elsinore" by Jack London
It will of course be suspected by the experienced reader that Don Hemstitch did not have any bed.
"Cobwebs From an Empty Skull" by Ambrose Bierce (AKA: Dod Grile)
You could also make several small guest towels with deep, hemstitched ends with your initials on.
"Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit among the "Pennsylvania Germans"" by Edith M. Thomas
Neither drawn work nor hemstitching wears well, drawing the threads seeming to weaken the fabric.
"The Complete Home" by Various
Hemstitchers earn $10 to $14 and a guimpe maker in one shop earned $12.
"Wage Earning and Education" by R. R. Lutz
The first step in hemstitching is the drawing of threads.
"Textiles and Clothing" by Kate Heintz Watson
Thank you again for the hemstitched handkerchiefs.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman" by Pauline Lester

In news:

3 22-inch-square white linen napkins with hemstitched borders.
These easy-to-make ties -- satin cord trimmed with starlike dried sweetgum fruits -- are an elegant accompaniment to hemstitched napkins embellished with silver or lavender fabric paint.