|Ring that is inserted into a hole made through another material to reinforce the hole. It may also be the hole itself, held open with stitches.
|The "front" of a piece of fabric having a distinct front and back; same as right side.
|1. To hem a piece of cloth, a garment worker folds up a cut edge, folds it up again, and then sews it down. The process of hemming thus completely encloses the cut edge in cloth, so that it cannot ravel.
|2. A hem is also the edge of cloth hemmed in this manner.
|Eye of the needle; the hole at the end of the needle.
|An unfinished or rough edge, especially of a cut piece of fabric.
|Line where two pieces of fabric are held together by thread.
|The area between the edge of fabric and the stitching line on two (or more) pieces of material being stitched together.
|Join, fasten, or repair (something) by making stitches with a needle and thread or a sewing machine.
|A loop of thread or yarn resulting from a single pass or movement of the needle in sewing, knitting, or crocheting.
|Eye of the threader; the hole at the end of the threader.