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  • v. Present participle of handknit.


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  • But he is the only writer in English to have attempted a history of handknitting, and he made a pretty good fist of it.

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  • The traditional construction techniques are slightly different, the motifs are different, and the types of yarns used are different--at least when it comes to handknitting.

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  • This is what I love about handknitting: things last forever and ever, carrying with them fond memories of when they were knit.

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  • A History of Hand Knitting Rutt - this is a great resource on the history of handknitting.

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  • The German and English settlers of Pennsylvania brought many handknitting machines with them, and were rivals of New England; but Virginia led, and the census of 1810 credits her with over half of the hand-knit pairs exported, Connecticut coming next.

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  • I love the Japanese crafts that combine handknitting with fabric and have always wanted to try it.

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  • Socks are circular, portable, structural and a perfect tiny canvas for almost any handknitting technique you'd like to put on them. classes (magic cast on, basic socks, argyle socks, fancy heel flaps and so so much more): The

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  • The Knit With, a customer of Knitting Fever, claims Knitting Fever conspired with the other defendants "to introduce to and distribute in the commerce of the United States mislabeled handknitting yarns or the scheme to cover up that illegal activity, resulting in injury to plaintiff's business.

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