I have to guess--Nobody. Stitches were used from the earliest days as an adaptation from cloth and animal skin sewing. The jaws of ants were applied to wounds too. This is nearly the same as staples.
What is the word 'stitches' when translated from English to Spanish?
Stitches in Spanish is: "puntadas." Puntadas
Asked in Surgery and Hospitalization, Hospitals
What is the average cost for receiving stitches at a hospital?
This would be hard to determine because it depends on how many stitches, and where the stitches are on your body. ...
Is there any difference in the stitches in a baseball and a softball?
No there is not difference in the stitches of a baseball and softball. The softball is just larger, but the stitches are the same. ...
Asked in Arts and Crafts, Sewing
What are the uses of temporary stitches in sewing?
They are basting stitches which can easily be taken out at a later time. they are longer than the normal stitches ...
Asked in Crocheting and Knitting
What are the different kinds of stitches in knitting?
There are many different types of stitches in knitting. The main categories are basic stitches, knit and purl, eyelet and lace, cable and twist, and rib stitches. Within these categories are many different types of actual stitches. ...
What is the difference between stitches and sutures?
Sutures is the technical medical term for what you're calling stitches. Stitches is a nickname for the procedure due to the similarity of sewing stitches and having to tie a wound shut. ...