Q: What is the number of stitches per square inch called?

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An inch can be anything. It can be round, square, triangle or any number of shapes. But, a linear inch is a straight line only.

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1 square ft= 144 square inch

400 square feet = 400 x 144 = 57600 square inches Number of 60 x 60 square inch in 57600 is 57600/3600 = 576/36 = 16

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Measure the number of stitches and rows in a 4-inch square area to identify the number of stitches and rows per inch, or per 2-inches.

Needlepoint gauge number is equivalent to the number of cross-threads (or stitches) in a linear inch. So 1 square inch of 14 mesh canvas will need 196 (14 x 14) stitches. http://needlepoint.about.com/od/needlepointdefinitionsgl/g/Gauge.htm

The number of stitches you need per inch depends on the type of fabric you are sewing. The weight, thickness and type of fabric sewn will determine the stitch length you use. In a quilt, you will have fewer stitches, such a six or eight per inch. For a seam on clothing, a medium weight fabric will use 10 - 12 stitches, for heavier fabrics, 8 -10 will work better. In knitting and crochet, the stitches per inch are determined by the size of your needles, the tension you use when working the stitches, and the weight of the yarn or thread. The pattern you use will specify the stitches and needles you need, called the gauge.

This determines the number of stitches per inch on a sewing machine. :)

This determines the number of stitches per inch on a sewing machine. :)

This means how many stitches per inch. For example, in sewing on a machine the usual # of stitches per inch is 8 - 10 for normal sewing, 6 stitches for basting. On crocheting and knitting an actual pattern will tell you how many stitches per inch is used.

It's best to leave stitching up a wound to a medical professional. Usually it's roughly five stitches per inch, but it depends on the size of the wound and the size of the stitches as well.

around 41 germs per square inch

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You use a gauge or tape measure and count how many stitches per inch.It may not be a whole number, though.Example:You may have 4 1/2 stitches per inch. If you wanted to know how many stitches you needed to cast on for the desired measurement, you would multiply the number of stitches per inch by the number of inches you needed.Example II:If you neede a garment to finish at 40 inches, you would be making two pieces, with each being 20 inches.Example III:So if you had 4 1/2 inches per stitc, you would multiply this by 20 inches and you would need to cast on 90 stitches, adding 2 stitches for sewing so a total of 92 stitches for each side. This would be a total of 92 stitches per side.

Measure 4 inches on your piece of knitted work then count the number of stitches (including partials!). Why? Because gauge determines the actual size of your piece. For example, a sweater knitted at a gauge of 5 stitches to the inch with 200 cast on stitches would be 40" around. Change the gauge to 4 1/2 stitches per inch and your sweater balloons to 44.4" around.

A square inch does not have a specific number of inches in it because a square inch is a unit of area, not length. It represents the area of a square with sides that are each 1 inch long.