Tag Archive: Stitching

Oct 20

Theory Thursday: One-Syllable Words & Stitching Practice (Part 1)

Yes, this is a children’s video, but it is also a great way to practice your theory words and stitching!

Mar 12

Theory Thursday: Stitching

Stitching is used in steno to indicate that a speaker is spelling something out. For example, “Her name was Linda Straight, S-T-R-A-I-G-H-T.” Machine Briefs: {Glue}-A= ARBGS {Glue}-B= PWRBGS {Glue}-C= KRRBGS {Glue}-D= TKRBGS {Glue}-E= ERBGS {Glue}-F= TPRBGS {Glue}-G= TKPWRBGS {Glue}-H= HRBGS {Glue}-I= EURBGS {Glue}-J= SKWRRBGS {Glue}-K= KRBGS {Glue}-L= HRRBGS {Glue}-M= PHRBGS {Glue}-N= TPHRBGS {Glue}-O= ORBGS {Glue}-P= …

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