A turtleneck gray sweater—it was herringbone tweed—and a cap.
This was going to be one of the herringbone's more unendurable voyages, Iversen knew.
The abdomen is gray, with yellowish markings in a herringbone pattern through the middle.
Mr Bloom walked behind the eyeless feet, a flatcut suit of herringbone tweed.
Teach the herringbone stitch on the practice piece, and herringbone over the raw edges of the patch.
The brick floor laid in a herringbone pattern, if not original, is certainly early.
Turn one fold three-eighths of an inch wide on the four sides of the large piece, baste and herringbone stitch the raw edge.
This herringbone or catch stitch can be used in many places.
The raw-edged hem, finished with the herringbone stitch, could be used in place of the plain hem, if desired.
Join together the sides with the loops by sewing in herringbone st. Sew the other sides in the usual manner.