Verb(1) fasten by sewing; do needlework(2) create (clothes
(1) to sew a button on a shirt(2) Fold the remaining two pieces of ribbon in half, and sew the folded ends just inside of where you stitched the strap.(3) If the cloth is glued to the frame, sew it on with thread of the same color.(4) The men teach their sons hunting and fishing skills, as well as how to sew their own simple garments.(5) Call me lazy, but I don't really want to grow my own cotton, spin my own thread, weave my own cloth, and sew a shirt out of it.(6) she could sew the veil on properly in the morning(7) I don't even sew very well(8) The children all had to design the costumes and then cut, stitch and sew the old clothes bought from charity shops into their new form during their weekly sessions.(9) Sid speaks up and points out that Aunt Polly used white thread to sew Tom's shirt, but now the thread is black.(10) Use a French seam to sew the sheer side panels to either side of the center panel.(11) First she intended to sew herself a dress mainly to wear around the house.(12) The school has 50 sewing machines, all the girls are taught to sew and the school makes some money from garments made to order.(13) She'd threatened to sew on elastic strips and attach them to the sleeves of his coat, but Mike begged her not to.(14) She always wore the ugly sweaters her mother sewed her.(15) I have managed to get good stitches on light fabric, but when I was sewing a patch it caused these loops and tangles.(16) He is seen in a cemetery, a yellow star sewn onto his jacket, searching for familiar names.
(1) to sew :: om naaldwerk te doen
1. stitch ::
2. tailor ::
3. sew together ::
Different Formssew, seward, sewed, sewing, sews
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