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- adj. Made by knitting, or resembling in texture something made by knitting.
- v. Simple past of knit.
- v. Past participle of knit
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- adj. made by intertwining threads in a series of connected loops rather than by weaving
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Then take the 6 selvedge stitches on the right hand of one part on a separate needle; take the grey wool, and work on these stitches 13 rows backwards and forwards; the first row is knitted; it is worked on the right side of the work; in this, and in every following _knitted_ row, knit the last stitch together with the next stitch of the next violet part.
It was a dancing fire drying a pair of wool mittens with her name knitted into them—or a big mug of hot cocoa with a huge glob of whipped cream on top.
Maybe you had better swatch just a little, to be sure the yarn goes with the jabot fabric once it's in knitted form (light is caught differently), before beginning to knit the actual lace.
What could be better than Sean Connery in knitted underwear with suspenders and thigh high boots?
I was thinking about their Tulip jacket which I have coveted ever since Franklin knitted it for his niece.
Nito-onna: Japanese for a woman so dedicated to her career that she has no time to iron blouses and so resorts to dressing only in knitted tops.
I'm looking forward to many more adventures in knitted topology.
Jilly's favorite was the one with her name knitted into the front.
If I know what the angle of the twist in my singles yarn is, I'll be able to keep some records and know more exactly how much twist I can use before I get biasing fabric knitted from the yarn.
Strange that it should take an American band to do it, but I suppose when you have a music industry swamped with manufactured pop and guitar bands in knitted sweaters and crying out for a bit of semi-subversive glam rock, beggars can’t be choosers!