from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A series of small embroidered loops forming an ornamental edging on some ribbon and lace.
- transitive v. To trim with small embroidered loops.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An embroidery trim made of a series of small loops
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of many small loops, as of thread, forming an ornamental border, as on a ribbon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small loop forming part of an ornamental edging, but larger than the pearl and thicker, consisting of a thread upon which other thread has been wound, or to which small stitches or knots have been added.
- n. The front or outer edge of a flounce or border, as of lace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an edging of small loops, as on lace or ribbon
I think the picot point inthe debate is pretty easy, and it doesn; t have to be a joke it just has to be humble. and the turnaround is to point out that the epithet is not an insult to Obama it is an insult to the people.
I don't like the picot bind off and will probably make the next one without it and then decide how to make the third glove. by cavalaxis at
You taught me two things today: the name of the edge picot and that Duncan is an Orange Norwegian Forest Cat!
Enjoy the perky picot hems and the almost perfect short row heels me and short row heels are an emerging relationship.
I decided to do a folded hem instead of the garter stitch and that took a bit of fiddling to get right note to self: picot hems and summer tweed don't mix.
Love the socks -- what a great color combo, and the picot edge is lovely!
Hey Steph - what instructions do you use for your picot?
Next row, knit all the way round, picking up wrapped stitches then the picot row then knit four more rows, but on the third, increase about four stitches on each outside curve of the short row shaping section.
The picot edging turns up as well, so I might redo that.
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