knit

[ UK /nˈɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈnɪt/ ]
VERB
  1. make (textiles) by knitting
    knit a scarf
  2. tie or link together
  3. to gather something into small wrinkles or folds
    She puckered her lips
NOUN
  1. a fabric made by knitting
  2. a basic knitting stitch made by putting the needle through the front of the stitch from the lefthand side
  3. needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
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How To Use knit In A Sentence

  • But after three years of frantic knitting, they decided to end the challenge, despite reaching halfway.
  • Both were well known in this close-knit community and deepest sympathy is extended to their families.
  • So again if you're unfamiliar with this yarn and needle arrangement, start by knitting stripes in full needle rib.
  • He loves me and appreciates my finer points - especially the fact that I don't make him dress like me in a black turtleneck and coordinating cable-knit sweater for a holiday portrait.
  • It's an extremely robust plant that knits tightly together. Times, Sunday Times
  • As well as knitwear, accessories, bags and jewellery in the womenswear department, the store also offers lingerie and sleepwear to suit all mums.
  • After the hospital I was planning on going to Lettuce Knit to buy some needles but decided against it, instead made the short walk from St. Mike's to the Flatiron.
  • I look at both my sewing and knitting as wonderful gifts that I will never tire of.
  • a close-knit family
  • First commercialization application just is knitted make sock and parachute.
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