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KNITsKoordinatsionity Nautschno - Informatsionity Tsentr (Coordination Scientific Information Center, Russian military)
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The most interesting new sheets among fall market offerings are the cotton knits.
These machines include various type of machines such as single knit, double knit (inter lock), loop knit (terry/fleece), pique and rib body for garment accessories.
These soft, cotton-rich cardigan and tee knits feature 5-percent spandex for shape retention, and carry custom-embroidered logos in style for a polished look to comfortably go from sport to business casual for today's active, well-dressed women.
The charity, based in Liberia, sets up health centres and is adding the newborn baby knits to gift sets including other items like health packs to encourage mothers to give birth at the centre where they and their babies can be cared for and the tots inoculated.
John Harrison of the Knitting Industries' Federation believes hand knits are gradually throwing off their dowdy image.
50, folk flower embroidered cushion, pounds 35, chunky knit cushion in mocha, pounds 25, organic wave cushion in chocolate, pounds 15 (on floor) chunky knit throw, from pounds 45, all from Marks & Spencer SIT BACK AND RELAX: Albert, vintage chair in handknitted cabled Union Flag design, from pounds 2,500, from Melanie Porter TUCKED UP IN BED: Burlington waffle bedlinen, from pounds 12 for a pillowcase, Berwick wool-rich cable-knit throw, pounds 250, cushion cover pounds 80 and Grafton cotton knit throw, pounds 125, all from The White Company
We'd have dinner first and then knit for two or three hours," Ms.
Postal Service Karen Kendrick-Hands, City Knits Detroit People Mover representative TBD Kaleidoscope Kids representative TBD
I love having something that I made on my own," says Meara Gilhooly, 18, a first-year student who knits every day.
Julia Roberts, herself a knitting fan, stars in ``The Friday Night Knitting Club,'' an upcoming movie about a group of women who knit together at a little shop in New York City.
Okay, this sounds like a weird story--how knitting knits together friendships and unravels tension.
One artist uses industrial techniques to make panels based on prostitutes' calling cards; another knits balaclavas and takes snaps of people wearing them around New York.