knitting-stick love


from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A form of the knitting-sheath in which the sheath of wood or similar material is prolonged so as to be passed through the belt or otherwise secured for the convenience of the knitter.


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  • There's a tendency, I think, for executives to think that the right course of action is to stick to the knitting-stick with what you're good at.

    Slate Magazine


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