raccroc stitch

noun rac·croc stitch \raˈkrō+\

Definition of raccroc stitch

  1. :  an invisible stitch for joining lace or net

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Origin and Etymology of raccroc stitch

French raccrocher to hook up again, from re- + accrocher to hook up, attach, get hold of, from Middle French acrochier — more at accroach

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