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“The framed snapshots of the much loved faraway grandparents, who sent us Puffin books and matching hand-knitted cardigans, were kept in other less starchy rooms, where people might play Boggle or work their way through the VHS set of A Perfect Spy, posted out via the diplomatic bag and passed from household to expat household.”
“A Battery supporter donated a hand-knitted scarf big enough to warm a horse.”
“This argument has more holes than one of my hand-knitted snoods.”
“This longing to cocoon in front of a fireplace is partly the inspiration behind Scottish, Royal College of Art-trained designer Donna Wilson's collection of bright hand-knitted pouffes, blankets and cushions for SCP www.scp.co.uk , a furniture manufacturer and retailer in London.”
“The text in the Telegraph speaks of “oversized chunky details on knitwear … The look is very much hand-knitted, but way beyond anything you could hope to receive from your great-aunt at Christmas.””
“Wearing a seemingly unlimited supply of colorful hand-knitted sweater-vests, Gustave had the whitest hair Byron had ever seen, with a bristly set of eyebrows that, other than up close, looked virtually invisible against his face.”
“There is something direct and personal about a hand-knitted garment; it says there is a real person who cared enough to create this for you.”
“I will pick two names randomly from the list of participants in MBP: Less is More and send you a couple of hand-knitted goodies.”
“This thali is made of wool: it has been whimsically hand-knitted and was purchased by my mother in a market in Pune, India.”
“Dressing gowns are, of course, best worn with nothing underneath them and accessorized with thick woolen or cashmere socks: see Toast's hand-knitted slipper socks, £ 29.”
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