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- n. Plural form of knitting.
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They give another dimension to the theme of knittings and unravelings within families and societies, of connecting and letting go.
A Catholic convert and expert knitter and spinner, Melissa creates unique yarns and knittings while raising her large family.
Tibet is vast and rich in local craftwork such as Thangka, a unique kind of scroll, silver ornaments, religious articles, Tibetan knittings and local snacks.
Dey also putz floofs in mai knittings, 4 makez mai hatz and mittz extra toasty 4 mai frenz.
I also had a lovely cuppa with a group of knittings pals in Sheffield.
Two men selling glasses and knittings in the streets of Fafa.
I do not prefent it to be Kfled; but that you may eontemplate the contex - ture of its nerves, the knittings of the mufcles, the hrg« and - fwelling veins; from whence you may Gonjefture what ftrength muft refide in the arm to which it belongs. "