What is knitting?

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Knitting is a technique through which thread or yarn can be made into fabric or other fine crafts. This technique consists of consecutive loops, known as stitches. As a row steps forward, a fresh loop is heaved through an existing loop.
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knit·ting
[nit-ing]
NOUN
1.
the act of a person or thing that knits.
2.
the act of forming a fabric by looping a continuous yarn.
3.
knitted work.
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