hand-knitted

hand-knit

 (hănd′nĭt′) or hand-knit·ted (-nĭt′ĭd)
adj.
Knit by hand instead of by machine: a hand-knit sweater.
Translations

hand-knitted

[ˌhændˈnɪtɪd] ADJtricotado a mano, tejido a mano (LAm)

hand-knitted

hand-knitted

[ˌhændˈnɪtɪd] adj (jumper) → fatto/a a mano
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The hand-knitted bunting had been placed in trees on Town End by Golcar Library's Knit and Natter group.
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This hand-knitted statement beanie hat is perfect for when the chilly weather really kicks in.
Julia was proud of a letter and a pair of rosary beads she had from Pope Benedict since October 2011 when she and her daughter Margo - also a singer - sent a pair of hand-knitted socks to him in the Vatican.
Like an I Spy of oddballs, tonight's first stop Cornwall ticks the boxes for people who dress up as fairy folk, pirate re-enactments and, my favourite, the Yarn Bombers - grannies in disguise who leave large hand-knitted toys in public places.
Julia and daughter Margo sent the Pontiff hand-knitted socks in 2011.
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