Online Puzzle Solver Helper for Counting Stitches



A textile material that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing fibers together.

Wool from Pashmina and other types of goats.

Sewing and embroidery technique.

Holds sides of a shirt together.

Looks like a row of X's.

Two yarns interlaced at right angles.

Basic sewing tool.

Finger protector.

Silk-like fabric or yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat.

A simple form of making lace.

A machine for interlacing at right angles two or more sets of threads or yarns to form a cloth.

A form of counted thread embroidery in which yarn is stitched through a stiff open weave canvas.

Hair from the coat of a rabbit.

Common quilt technique.

Automates some needlework.

Sewing tool with small barbs at the ends.

Material from which jeans are made.

Manufacturers of these include Susan Bates and KnitPro.

Creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn with a specialized tool.

These are often described as "self-healing."

Ornamental needlework where fabric is sewn onto a large piece of fabric to form patterns.

______ a needle.

It's made of yarn and is not edible nor is it poisonous!

Woven fabric usually made from the skin of the jute plant.

Instructions for creating a needlework project.

A way to finish raw edges.

Type of stitch where knit and purl rows alternate.

Abbreviated as: sl st

A fine knitted fabric.

Decorating fabric with thread.

Basic technique in hand-sewing and embroidery.

One type of a garment trim.

Plant from which burlap is made.

Sewing two or more layers of fabric together to make a thicker padded material.

Knitting in which all of the rows are knitted in plain stitch, rather than alternating with purl rows.

Used in making tee shirts and other garments.

A thin, loosely twisted, worsted yarn used for tapestry and embroidery.

Sample size pieces of fabric.

Use a needle to create a project.

Where two pieces of fabric are joined together.

Generic name for a wide range of textiles.

Wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth.

A form of textile art, traditionally woven by hand on a loom.

The woolly covering of a sheep or goat.

Often used in making pajamas.

A form of canvas embroidery similar to cross-stitch embroidery, but even finer.

A delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern.

Transforming yarn into mittens, sweaters and other garments.

A snap is one. A zipper is another.

Narrow strip of fabric that comes on a roll.

Woven fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fiber.

Thread is wound around this.

A rough-surfaced woolen, colorful cloth.

Mending a hole in fabric.

Knitting strands.

A rich fabric woven with a raised pattern, typically with gold or silver thread.

Rubber strips enabling clothing to be stretched and then returned to its original shape.

Patchwork is one type of this.

A textile made from the fibers of the flax plant.

Cloth or woven fabric.

The protein fiber of this is produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons.

An edge produced on woven fabric during manufacture that prevents it from unravelling.

Selvage is one type of this.

A stitch that veers alternately right and left.

Ornamental decoration on a garment created by gathering a section of the material into tight pleats

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