knitted

[ US /ˈnɪtəd, ˈnɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /nˈɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. made by intertwining threads in a series of connected loops rather than by weaving
    a hand-knitted sweater
    knitted garments
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How To Use knitted In A Sentence

  • First commercialization application just is knitted make sock and parachute.
  • A friend knitted me a fabulous Nordic jumper, which immediately took on the status of security blanket.
  • His mother sewed his clothes while he was young and knitted socks giving him a handmade pair for his birthday for many years.
  • Fur hat, fur bag, fur garment, fur material, fur coat, fur knitted, knitwear, fur scarf and shawl, feather, feather product.
  • Tonight I was finishing up a hat I had knitted for my niece.
  • Maybe you had better swatch just a little, to be sure the yarn goes with the jabot fabric once it's in knitted form (light is caught differently), before beginning to knit the actual lace. Jean's Knitting
  • A friend knitted me a fabulous Nordic jumper, which immediately took on the status of security blanket.
  • Her work includes giant pieces you can crawl into and a knitted installation. The Sun
  • They're tiny knitted creatures, with spindly legs and multicoloured bodies, and snapping at their heels is a gnarly-looking wolf in sheep's clothing. The graffiti knitting epidemic
  • The pensioner presented him with a hand-knitted cardigan and booties for his week-old son.
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