Some articles on knit, knits:
... In manufacturing, the Weld line or Knit line or Meld line is the line where two flow fronts meet when there is the inability of two or more flow fronts ... Knit lines are considered molding defects, and occur when the mold or/and material temperatures are set too low thus the materials will be cold when they ...
... - a center section, a border and an edge, which is knit separately and sewn to the border ... The shawls are knit from fine lamb's wool yarn using #3 or #4 knitting needles ... The master artisans knit the shawls so fine that they can be pulled through a ladies' wedding ring ...
... Knit A River was a campaign to raise awareness of the 1.1 billion people without access to safe water ... Between May 2006 and July 2007 I Knit London joined with WaterAid to mobilise knitters worldwide to create the world's first knitted petition - a huge river of knitted blue squares ...
... The knitter knits two rows of color A, then two rows of color B, and repeats this throughout the body of the work ... Only knit or purl stitches are used ... row in the pattern, shown in the thumbnail to the right, represents four rows of knit or purl stitches, and each column represents one stitch ...
... In 2009, the London-based Poetry Society used the text of this poem for their "Knit A Poem" project ... Each letter of the poem was charted and knit onto a square by volunteers ... "white space" used knitted blocks without a letter to fill in around the text, also knit by volunteers ...
More definitions of "knit":
- (verb): Tie or link together.
- (verb): Make (textiles) by knitting.
Example: "Knit a scarf"
- (noun): A fabric made by knitting.
Synonyms: knitted fabric
Famous quotes containing the word knit:
“The bone-frame was made for
no such shock knit within terror,
yet the skeleton stood up to it:
the flesh? it was melted away,
the heart burnt out, dead ember,
tendons, muscles shattered, outer husk dismembered....”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“I retired from work and I didnt want to just sit there and do nothing; I dont knit and I dont like TV and Im no gardener.”
—Margaret Demers (b. c. 1917)
“From far, from eve and morning
And yon twelve-winded sky,
The stuff of life to knit me
Blew hither: here am I.”
—A.E. (Alfred Edward)