The length of each stitching operation depended upon the length of the baster plate, and the seams were necessarily straight.
The cloth was removed from the baster plate, which was moved back to its original position.
The fabric was held vertically by a baster plate in a manner similar to the Howe machine.
We owe to baster the knowledge of a beautiful and large species, which inhabits the body of the halibut.
When the end of the baster plate reached the position of the needle, the machine was stopped.