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Number: 112/171
Name: Sewing > Stitch forming > Short thread > Double-pointed needle
Description: The needle is passed through the work each end alternately.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5389103 Surgical stitching apparatus Feb. 14, 1995
5193473 Needle receiving and transferring apparatus for sewing machine Mar. 16, 1993
4936497 Apparatus for automatically removing and supplying needles in needle boards Jun. 26, 1990
4917051 Floating needle sewing machine for simulating hand stitching Apr. 17, 1990
4854252 Method for button sewing Aug. 8, 1989
4248165 Method and apparatus for sewing a cover upon a ball core Feb. 3, 1981
4236470 Portable stitching device Dec. 2, 1980
4021896 Devices for tying a layer of threads or slivers May. 10, 1977











 
 
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