Who is the founder of the stitch community?

Who is the founder of the stitch community?

Here is a short intro to Stitch from Community Founder Andrew Dowling. Safety is everything No other community does more for the safety of its members than Stitch. Before communicating on Stitch, all our members must perform a verification check, which prevents scammers and con-artists from abusing our site or contacting our members.

Is it free to join the stitch community?

Stitch now has members in most cities around the world, and a Basic Stitch membership is free, so there is no reason not to sign up, get connected to other members with similar interests, and enjoy being part of the community as it grows in your area!

Why is stitch so important to the world?

Stitch is the world’s largest companionship community created by members, for members. Being part of a community makes life richer and more fun. Because everybody needs companionship, especially now. Connecting with other members as part of a community is what really makes Stitch unique. Learn more about us and why our community is so important!

How does stitch help you make new friends?

Stitch helps its members find and make new friends and companions who are enriching their lives through shared interests and activities. As seen in Companionship in all its forms About Stitch Here is a short intro to Stitch from Community Founder Andrew Dowling. Safety is everything

Can a scratch on a stitch lead to infection?

Itching, scratching, or picking at your stitches can lead to infection. Exercise and contact sports can place strain on your stitches, causing them to tear. Ask your doctor when you can return to your normal physical activities.

What do you need to know about stitches?

Care For Your Stitches 1 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: 2 Stitches, or sutures, are used to close cuts and wounds on the skin. 3 Protect the stitches. 4 Elevate your wound. 5 Your stitches come apart…

Can a C-section be done with dissolvable stitches?

conducted at three U.S. hospitals found that women who had C-sections with dissolvable stitches had a 57 percent decrease in wound complications over women who had their wounds closed with staples. If you have breast cancer, your surgeon will remove the cancerous tumor, surrounding tissue, and possibly several lymph nodes.

What to do when dissolving stitches start to loose?

When the dissolving stitches start to loose, brushing the area is allowed. However, brush it gently, with natural toothpaste and soft tooth brush. Avoid back and forth movement which may re-open the sutures.