saddle stitch


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saddle stitch

n.
1. A simple overcasting stitch, usually of a thread contrasting in color with the fabric, used primarily as ornament on clothing.
2. A stitch used in sewing together the leaves of a book at the fold lines, either with thread or wire.
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sad′dle stitch`


n.
a. an overcasting stitch, esp. one made with a strip of leather or cord.
b. a spaced running stitch in contrasting thread.
[1930–35]
sad′dle-stitch`, v.t.
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Noun1.saddle stitch - a decorative overcast or running stitch, especially in a contrasting color
embroidery stitch, sewing stitch - a stitch made with thread and a threaded sewing needle through fabric or leather
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At the end of Dennis Biswell's article "Craft a Better Leather Apron" (December 2018/ January 2019), he showed readers how to saddle stitch. I never knew how to make a saddle stitch.
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Some of the hand bookbinding techniques that are common today includes Saddle Stitch, Yotsume Toji, Perfect Binding, Hardcover Binding and Coptic Binding.
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Perfect binding and saddle stitch binding round out our services and further strengthen us in offering our greatest advantage--turnaround.
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Sew the gusset to the apron (as shown in Photo 7) using a saddle stitch (see "Saddle Stitching" on Page 44).
This project requires a saddle stitch. Because this stitch runs along the seam and not over the seam, it's protected from nicks and cuts that would unravel a whipstitch or blanket stitch.