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The ugly yellows and atrocious oranges that used to be a hallmark of knitting have been supplanted by fluorescent microfibers and bright metallic yarns that knit up into shimmering scarves worthy of boutique store windows.
What would cost pounds 50 in the shops will only be a quarter of the price if they knit it.
I regard the knits as having more product excitement because they add another dimension to sheet and pillowcase marketing, just as flannels do.
The knitting machines which produce jersey knit fabrics have one set of needles in one needle bed.
Simultaneously, different wall thicknesses were also tried in an effort to get rid of the knit line.
Row 1 (RS) Knit to 2 sts before m, ssk, si m, k1, si m, k2tog, knit to end--2 sts dec'd.
The key characteristic of knit fabric is stretchability.
As a designer has very little legal power over the control of sold patterns, Aroha Knits and Alice Fate had to judge what benefits could incite small knitting businesses into joining the program.
There's even been knitting lessons at lunch time and the most experienced knitters have been showing the novices how to knit.
Cable knit maxi dress, pounds 80, Warehouse Pink belted knit cardigan, pounds 50, A/Wear Cable knit crop top sweater, pounds 12.
An exhibition of items knitted by older women from the St Silas Day Centre, Bishop's Court Anchor housing scheme and the Knit and Natter group in Benwell, all Newcastle, has gone on show at The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland until May 5.
ATHOL - Sue Muther helped knit 40 pairs of socks for medical workers who treated her friend Pam Osborne, who died of cancer.