cross-stitch definition

  • noun:
    • A double stitch forming an X in stitching and embroidery.
    • Needlework created using X-shaped stitches.
    • a double stitch that types a mix
    • embroidery or needlework made utilizing these types of stitches
    • A form of stitch, where in fact the stitches are diagonal and in pairs, the bond of 1 stitch crossing that of another.
    • embroidery carried out in cross-stitch.
    • In needlework, a stitch of this form ×. It comprises of two stitches of the same length, the main one crossing others in the middle.
    • two stitches creating a cross or X
    • embroidery done with sets of stitches that cross both
  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make or embroider with X-shaped stitches.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • be effective within the manner of X-shaped stitches.
  • verb:
    • To embroider with these types of stitches
  • others:
    • To sew or embroider with a cross-stitch; sew or fasten with cross-stitches.

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