Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A fool; a dunce; a noodle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I don't have a niddy noddy so I can't say how much, but I could probably knit a little wheel mat or something like that from it.

    May 2009

  • I don't have a niddy noddy so I can't say how much, but I could probably knit a little wheel mat or something like that from it.

    Brown Stuff and Pretty Stuff - And She Knits Too!

  • My haul: 3 braids from Into the Whirled, 8oz of merino, a sweater's worth of Abundance BFL from Briar Rose, yarn and fibre to make thrummed mitts, a limited edition mug from Jennie The Potter and a niddy noddy.

    October 2009

  • I think this is a better estimate than what you'd get from a niddy because when you wind a niddy, you tend to stretch the yarn and you actually have less yarn than you think.

    Brown Stuff and Pretty Stuff - And She Knits Too!

  • My haul: 3 braids from Into the Whirled, 8oz of merino, a sweater's worth of Abundance BFL from Briar Rose, yarn and fibre to make thrummed mitts, a limited edition mug from Jennie The Potter and a niddy noddy.

    2009 Edition - And She Knits Too!

  • If you have a ball of rayon/cotton yarn that you forgot the yardage on, it's ok to wind it on your niddy noddy and count the wraps.

    A word to the wise

  • Waiting for the results of the dye experiments ... and I agree, that * is* the coolest niddy ever!

    Favorite Tools

  • I have to stop a minute and sing the praises of niddy noddies.

    January 2006

  • I have to stop a minute and sing the praises of niddy noddies.

    Favorite Tools

  • If you have a ball of rayon/cotton yarn that you forgot the yardage on, it's ok to wind it on your niddy noddy and count the wraps.

    September 2006

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