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 neck warmer was made by Philip Bampton.
Lucy explained that in the books and now the film, Harry and his pals wear hand-knitted sweaters with their initials on the front.
YOU can win your very own exclusive hand-knitted Harry jumper or Hermione hat - we've got five of each, created by Scot Lucy McKenzie, to give away.
Geek chic: There was a time when we dreaded granny's hand-knitted Christmas jumpers but this year we're longing to get one under the tree, so fashionable have they become.
We have received more than 250 cards, 22 bouquets of flowers and almost 30 gifts, many of them hand-knitted.
At the moment I have a passion for hand-knitted cushions, and I have used them to decorate my recently converted Apple Barn that is now rented out for holiday lets.
It has just opened a boutique in the trendy St Moritz ski resort in Switzerland which sells hand-knitted cashmere sweaters for a cool pounds 500 each.
In furniture, I'm seeing a lot of large-scale texture: big vertical ribs, heavy tufting and box quilting; very thick hand-knitted throws.
Twiddlemuffs are hand-knitted muffs which have been designed with the addition of buttons, beads, ribbons and zips, to provide stimulation for active hands.
While they have adopted a 'softer' approach at the nurseries, visiting with a hand-knitted elf to tell the tots the Christmas story and talk about the police.
Among the attractions will be Santa's Grotto, a raffle, teddy tombola, human fruit machine and stalls selling hand-knitted Christmas decorations and other knitted goods.