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  • n  someone who makes garments (or fabrics) by intertwining yarn or thread

  • Frau und Mutter Marianne Hainisch is no enfeebled wraith, no sit-by-the-stone, no knitter.
  • I asked Ina Irvine, 63 (whose husband is Willie's first cousin), a professional knitter who spins her own wool, why the Shetland variety is so soft and durable.
  • It has seen its busy millswhere in the palmy days before depression and improved machinery began to displace labor, a good knitter could make $125 a weekoust workers for .

  • Exene Cervenka in San Diego Union Tribune
    That's what I hear tell. Bloodshot has that tribute to The Knitters record,Cervenka said of the renegade-country label's "Poor Little Knitter on the Road," which includes contributions by the likes of Whiskeytown (with Ryan Adams),...
  • Stephanie Pearl-McPhee in Christian Science Monitor
    Think of how freeing this is as a knitter,says Pearl-McPhee, whose blog can be found at "Up until blogging, if you knit a [bad] buttonhole you might be stuck until you can get to a knitting store. Now, I can take a...
  • Edith Sitwell in Wall Street Journal
    Edith Sitwell said of Virginia Woolf: "I consider her 'a beautiful little knitter.' Mary McCarthy famously excoriated Lillian Hellman, who she considered tremendously overrated, a bad writer, and dishonest writer."

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