Definition of Backstitch. Meaning of Backstitch. Synonyms of Backstitch

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Definition of Backstitch

Backstitch
Backstitch Back"stitch`, n. [Back, adv. + stitch.] A stitch made by setting the needle back of the end of the last stitch, and bringing it out in front of the end.
Backstitch
Backstitch Back"stitch`, v. i. To sew with backstitches; as, to backstitch a seam.

Meaning of Backstitch from wikipedia

- Backstitch or back stitch and its variants stem stitch, outline stitch and split stitch are a class of embroidery and sewing stitches in which individual...
- one or more names, are used for specific purposes. Examples include: Backstitch Overcast stitch Cross stitch Buttonhole or blanket stitch Chain stitch...
- Overlock stitch Back tack – backward stitch to anchor tacking or basting Backstitch – s****y hand stitch for seams and decoration Basting stitch (US) – for...
- beads or sequins Art needlework England ****isi embroidery ****isi, Italy Backstitch, cross stitch, Holbein stitch Cloth, red thread, silk, stranded perlé...
- stitch and darning stitch are all classed as straight or flat stitches. Backstitch is also sometimes included in this category. Running stitches are used...
- used for counted thread blackwork are double running or holbein stitch, backstitch, and sometimes stem stitch. Historically, blackwork was worked on plain-weave...
- reversing the feed dogs' motion to pull the fabric backwards to form a backstitch. Dog (engineering) Wilson received US patent 12116 on 19 December 1854...
- and the thicknesses of the threads used. Some of the stitches include backstitch, chain stitch and hemstitch. The result is an open work pattern, jali...
- Floating canvas Gather Godet Gusset Heirloom sewing Shirring Stitches (list) Backstitch Bar tack Blanket Blind stitch Buttonhole Catch stitch Chain stitch Coverstitch...
- overlaid in a later step, using Swiss darning or sometimes just a simple backstitch. Knitting in intarsia theoretically requires no additional skills beyond...