Except for the thread he used to sew the remnants together, everything was recycled.
I sew, glue, glitter, cut, and tie numerous things onto my products to make the final creation.
It also takes years of training to be able to sew, embroider, bead, and otherwise embellish these clothes.
The enemy is also improving its ability to infiltrate and sew dissent among the Afghan security forces' ranks.
You could sew lead piping into that and it wouldn't show up.
She was trying to sew and care for the children at the same time.
Here I must bide, and talk and sew and spin, and spin and sew and talk.
This machine would make a good backstitch and sew a seam straight forward.
Roll the veal round it, and sew it or tie it securely with twine.
sew them in your chest protector, or wherever people keep valuables.
Old English siwian "to stitch, sew, mend, patch, knit together," earlier siowian, from Proto-Germanic *siwjanan (cf. Old Norse syja, Swedish sy, Danish sye, Old Frisian sia, Old High German siuwan, Gothic siujan "to sew"), from PIE root *syu- "to bind, sew" (cf. Sanskrit sivyati "sews," sutram "thread, string;" Greek hymen "thin skin, membrane," hymnos "song;" Latin suere "to sew, sew together;" Old Church Slavonic šijo "to sew," šivu "seam;" Lettish siuviu, siuti "to sew," siuvikis "tailor;" Russian švec "tailor"). Related: Sewed; sewing. To sew (something) up "bring it to a conclusion" is a figurative use attested by 1904.