Definition of stitchery in English:

stitchery

noun

  • See stitch

    • ‘The skill of stitchery is developed as the kids sew the likes of the ‘Wily Wire Walker’ and the ‘Amazing Aerialist.’’
    • ‘Don't you like hearing compliments on your stitchery?’
    • ‘The works consisted of supports ornamented or transformed by process - through tying, binding, unraveling and sewing, as well as stitchery and photographic representation.’
    • ‘The mental state and discipline needed to produce the laborious, meticulous, painstaking stitchery required for the making of watertight kamiks are not evident in Irene's work.’
    • ‘When Americans collect these panels of stitchery, they quite commonly make them into colorful cushions.’

Pronunciation

stitchery

/ˈstɪtʃəri/