[ wˈa͡ɪ͡ə stˈɪt͡ʃɪz], [ wˈaɪə stˈɪtʃɪz], [ w_ˈaɪə s_t_ˈɪ_tʃ_ɪ_z]
Related words: eyelets, eyelet punch, eyelet setter, wire stitches for jewelry, wire stitches for sewing, wire stitches crimp, types of wire stitches
How to use "Wire stitches" in context?
Wire stitches (also known as French stitches) are probably one of the most popular types of stitches used in sewing. They are simple to do, make a strong seam, and are pretty lightweight. All you need is a needle, some thread, and a seam tacking tool.
To do a wire stitch, start by threading your needle through the fabric about an inch away from the edge. Make sure the end of the needle is pointing forward so that the fabric is drawn through the eye of the needle.
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