Definition of Knitting stitch
1. Noun. A stitch taken in knitting.
Generic synonyms: Stitch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knitting Stitch
Literary usage of Knitting stitch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of Education by Ohio Education Association (1860)
"The result is, that the chain or knitting-stitch is not used on this work. In quilting, where silk is used, the difference each day would amount tc more ..."
2. Household Sewing with Home Dressmaking by Bertha Banner (1898)
"Stranding on stocking-web; <:, Plain knitting stitch ; d, Purl knitting stitch ; et Narrowings or takings-in. accurately plain or purl knitting, ..."
3. The Prussian Elementary Schools by Thomas Alexander (1919)
"Then the work is extended by learning to attach parts of stockings by means of the knitting stitch, and the knitting in of heels when the foot is entirely ..."
4. Textiles and Clothing by Kate Heintz Watson, American School of Home Economics (1911)
"chain stitch, thus imitating the knitting stitch. This should be done on the right side of the garment. If the hole is to be filled in with the interlaced ..."
5. French Secondary Schools: An Account of the Origin, Development and Present by Frederic Ernest Farrington (1910)
"... but they also extend to imitating the knitting stitch of ordinary underwear, as well as the pattern weave in table damask. Graphic representation of the ..."