whip stitch

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stitch

(stich)
1. A single loop of suture material passed through skin or flesh by a needle, to facilitate healing of a wound.
2. A local, sharp, or spasmodic pain that often occurs in the side or flank of athletes. The following maneuvers may offer relief: bending forward while tightening the abdomen; breathing deeply and exhaling slowly through pursed lips; tightening the belt or pushing one's fingers into the painful area. It is advisable not to eat for 30 to 90 min before exercising, to warm up before exercising, and to work out at a lower intensity for longer periods.

whip stitch

Continuous suture.

whip stitch

see continuous suture.
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When you get to the corner, make one blanket stitch at a 45[degrees] angle.
Finger-press and secure with a hand embroidered blanket stitch, using the same thread color as the sleeve hem.
Thrift inspires the stay-at-home mother to embroider plain muslin for curtains for her new baby's room, or blanket stitch the edges of soft flannel for receiving blankets.
Soft charcoal grey with a blanket stitch trim creates a more casual look.
Edge-stitch using machine blanket stitch and matching thread (Diagram II-B).
Carefully sew the sides together, using a blanket stitch, and when you have almost finished, stuff the inside with a filler foam ( again you'll find this in your haberdashery shop.
Then raw edges are covered with a close machine satin stitch or blanket stitch.
The shapes are usually secured with a decorative stitch, such as a satin or blanket stitch, over the raw fabric edges.
3 Use machine blanket stitch and matching thread to edge-stitch applique shapes (Diagram III).
Blanket stitch the upper edge, spacing the stitches 1/2" apart and pulling the cording slightly to gather and scallop the felt edges.