knit, past tense; knits, 3rd person singular present; knitting, present participle; knit, past participle; knitted, past tense; knitted, past participle; kniting, present participle;
Denoting or relating to a knitting stitch made by putting the needle through the front of the stitch from left to right
Make (a garment, blanket, etc.) by interlocking loops of wool or other yarn with knitting needles or on a machine
Make (a stitch or row of stitches) in such a way
Knit with a knit stitch
knit one, purl one
disparate regions had begun to knit together under the king
a closely knit family
(of parts of a broken bone) Become joined during healing
Cause to unite or combine
he knitted together a squad of players other clubs had disregarded
Tighten (one's brow or eyebrows) in a frown of concentration, disapproval, or anxiety
(of someone's brow or eyebrows) Tighten in such a frown
A knitted fabric
a machine-washable knit
A garment made of such fabric
an array of casual knits
a fabric made by knitting
make (textiles) by knitting; "knit a scarf"
a basic knitting stitch
tie or link together
needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
pucker: to gather something into small wrinkles or folds; "She puckered her lips"
KNIT (1480 AM) is a Spanish language sports/talk radio station that serves the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex as an ESPN Deportes affiliate. It operates on AM frequency 1480 kHz and is operated and managed by Disney's ESPN, but owned by James Crystal Radio in Florida (JCE Licenses, Inc. ...
Knitting is a method by which thread or yarn may be turned into cloth or other fine crafts. Knitting consists of consecutive loops, called stitches. As each row progresses, a new loop is pulled through an existing loop. ...
(Knitting (film)) Knitting is a 2008 Chinese film directed by Yin Lichuan. Yin's second film as director, Knitting is a romantic drama. The film was adapted by Yin from the short story "The Story of Li Ai and Haihai" by author Amei.
and (intransitive) To turn thread or yarn into a piece of fabric by forming loops that are pulled through each other. ...
(Knits) Fabrics that are constructed by interlooping adjacent yarns to form the fabric. Some common types of knit fabrics include: jersey, ribbed, tricot. (See Thread Application Guide on Knits.)
(Knitted) machine woven hooked carpet
(Knitting) A method of constructing fabric by interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns.
(Knitting) For a woman to dream of knitting, denotes that she will possess a quiet and peaceful home, where a loving companion and dutiful children delight to give pleasure. For a man to be in a knitting mill, indicates thrift and a solid rise in prospects. ...
(Knitting) a fiber art in which two knitting needles are used to make a textile
(Knitting) A method of forming fabrics and / or garments by interlocking yarns in a particular way. Garments may be knit by hand or by machine.
(Knitting) The making of fabric or garment out of yarn using two or more pointed needles to form interlocking loops. Based on two stitches, the knit and purl stitch. Knitting needles are sized by number. The larger the number, the larger the needle.
(Knitting) The patron hobby of inattentive female Democratic legislators whose last names rhyme with “Stratison.”
(knitting) a series of interconnecting loops of yarn formed by independent needles of a circularly rotating machine. (The fineness of the knit affects shrinkage, strength, and luster of the finished garment).
Defines how the interlocking loops of yarn that make up fabric were made. There are many types of knits. Jersey Knit is commonly found in t-shirts and is the most durable of knits. It is light weight, and has fine vertical ribs. ...
the term usually used to refer to the activity of knitting.
A type of mattress cover fabric that is knitted rather than woven and has a soft feel.
When thread is looped together to form a uniform fabric, also known as stitching
stockings are knitted. We distinguish between round-knitted (seamless) and flat-knitted (seamed) stockings -> Wikipedia
A stretchy fabric formed by looping yarns together, often to create patterns either with the use of different color yarns, or by different knitting techniques that create cables and other designs.