flame stitch


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Synonyms for flame stitch

needlepoint embroidery stitch that produces zigzag lines

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Dressed in a clingy gown featuring a colorful flame stitch design by Mark Wong Nark, Martin said she was a fan of Gucci and had a few dresses.
3--Color) Actress Meg Tilly attended the sweater soiree in head-to-toe Missoni with a knit purse flashing the family's famous flame stitch.
Burlington is building on its jacquard classification, coming up with a more contemporary approach such as flame stitch.
Century, for example, combined its own leather with a chenille flame stitch by Novelty Textiles; Berkline paired leather with tapestnes from Mastercraft and Valdese; Stanley combined a stripe from Specialty Textile with a tapestry from Craftex; and Lee mixed leather with a woven pattern from Doblin, and combined leather with a fabric insert from Guilford of Maine.
Milliken introduced five new patterns of washed jacquards, including florals, stripes and a flame stitch.