- Plural of stitch
- third-person singular of stitch
Stitch may refer to: A method of securing thread into textiles in embroidery and sewing or creating fabrics in knitting and crochet. It may also be a method of medical care to close wounds known as sutures or stitches.
- There are many types of stitches, including:
- Blanket stitch, used to reinforce the edge of thick materials
- Cable knitting is a style of knitting in which the order of stitches is permuted
- Chain stitch in which a series of looped stitches form a chain-like pattern
- Embroidery stitch
- Garter stitch, the most basic form of welting
- Lock stitch
- Side stitch, an intense stabbing pain during exercise.
- Image stitching, the process of combining multiple images to produce a panorama or high-resolution image, most commonly through the use of computer software
- "Stitch and glue", a DIY method.
- Stitch (Lilo & Stitch), one of the main characters from the 2002 41st animated Disney film Lilo & Stitch.
- Stitch, a fictional Canadian superheroine from Marvel Comics.
- Stitches: The Journal of Medical Humour, a Canadian humour magazine
- Stitches (Australian band), an Australian experimental music group
- The Stitches, a U.S. punk rock band
- Stitches (Welsh band), a Welsh electronica band
- Stitch (breakcore), a UK free party / breakcore artist.
- "Stitches/Dissention" is a single by American synth rock band Orgy.
- "Stitches" is a single by American hard rock band Allele.
- Rick Thomas, the sampler for Mushroomhead who goes by the alias "ST1TCH".
- Stitch, a ridge between two furrows.
- "Stitch" (slang) can also refer to a marijuana shotgun where too much tobacco makes it difficult or impossible to smoke
stitches in Spanish: Puntada
stitches in German: Stich
stitches in Japanese: スティッチ