fasten (part of speech: verb)
join (part of speech: verb)
make a seam
pain (part of speech: verb)
headache, cramp, pain, distress, injury, smarting, suffering, back-ache, burn, torture, throe, earache, agony, spasm, stab, irritate, ache, painfulness, pang, malaise, gripe, irritation, crick, inflammation, grief, chafing, sore, throb, wound, chafe, rack, suffer, misery, inflame, afflict, wrench, anguish, sting, agonize, torment, affliction, bruise, hurt, migraine, bite, smart, infliction, discomfort
fastener (part of speech: noun)
guy, connector, brace, hook, staple, anchor, bracket, mucilage, fuse, hawser, snap, vinculum, knot, hinge, skewer, tie, ligament, belt, nail, go-between, hitch, cinch, mediator, cotter, stay, fastener, medium, grapnel, cleat, fastening, rabbet, splice, thread, suture, clasp, closure, string, band, agent, chain, buckle, weld, rivet, paste, catch, braid, link, clamp, twine, hasp, pin, binding, latch, clinch, lock, brad, cincture, coupling, lace, bonding, spike, zipper, clip, binder, bolt, seal, tack, strap, knitting, middleman, bond, vise, button, glue, cement
- I'll read it out to you bit by bit, and you'll tell me where I've dropped a stitch or used the wrong wool, eh? - "A Prisoner in Fairyland", Algernon Blackwood.
- Now, Mary always has her things so nice; and she works so beautifully; she has never let Lily wear a stitch but of her setting; and she always wished for a box like this. - "Countess Kate", Charlotte M. Yonge.
- My silks snarl, my needle keeps coming unthreaded, and I stick myself nearly every time I take a stitch. - "The Little Colonel at Boarding-School", Annie Fellows Johnston.