from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. That can be knitted or used as material for knitting.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That may be knitted or knit.


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knit +‎ -able


  • Knitting Vintage Socks by Nancy Bush has caused whoops of delight and much frantic winding of my Yarn Yard skeins of the month into knittable balls of wool in readiness.

    52 entries from February 2007

  • While she always has a great sense of what's pretty and knittable, this time, she totally hit it--the new stuff is gorgeous.

    Beautiful Fall designs on a (finally) hot July day - And She Knits Too!

  • And knittable: crafty bloggers can check out the "extermiknit" pattern here.

    The WritingYA Weblog: Gratiutous Geekery

  • It is full of gorgeous Neiblings and well worth waiting a little longer for knittable patterns.

    Maia Spins

  • Sometimes I'm pretty proud, and sometimes I know I fell a little short and even though it is attractive in its own way and perfectly knittable, and you all are almost always much kinder than my piano teacher,

    Knitting on Impulse

  • This place is astounding; it’s full of all kinds of material for knitting (and, of course, for other fiber arts), from spun stainless steel to paper (yes, knittable paper) to raw silk roving.

    A to Z: I is for Inspiration

  • In terms of the 2 socks at once thing – there is only ever one end that’s “knittable” – i.e. with the stitches able to slide onto the left needle, AND the working yarn at the end of the “back” needle.

    LYS guilt « Compulsive Knitter


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