by a special thread
If you are asking how many stitches are on the white laced seam of the American football, then the answer is eight.
The stitches in an American Football are called Laces.
It depends what you did to it and how long the stitches have been in but for 95% of injuries if you've already had stitches I wouldn't say longer than a month but I'm not a doctor
3 the inside rubber the outside rubber and the stitches
It really depends on why the stitches were in there. If the stitches were there due to surgical implication i.e. fracture bone, ligament or tendon rupture, then you need to go through an appropriate amount of physical therapy to gain motion and strength back to the foot and ankle. If the stitches were there because you cut your foot on something, once the stitches come out, as long as the skin is closed you can play football. If you are worried, you can use krazy glue on the area that had the stitches or place a bandage on the area. I have had athletes play with stitches on as long as the area was well padded and bandaged up.
You should go to your doctor or the E.R. If your stitches are falling out then they either weren't done properly, or the skin around the stitches is weakened and not holding.
There are 108 double stitches on a baseball which some people call 216 stitches. The first and last stitches are completely hidden. They are sewn by hand, using 88 inches of waxed red thread.
There are 108 double stiches on a baseball. The first and last stitches are hidden. It is stiched by hand, with red wax string~
Hand stitches are sewing stitches that are done by hand instead of machine. Among them are the basting stitch, chain stitch, darning stitch, hemming stitch, blanket stitch, and whip stitch. Embroidery stitching is traditionally all done by hand.
You can count the stitches by looking at either the stitch post or the top loops of the stitch. Don't forget to count the beginning turning chains as a stitch.