knit up

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w>knit up

(wool)sich stricken
= knit VI b
vt sep jerseystricken
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"We meet up two to three times a week for our morning coffee sessions and knit up some squares.
Knit up elegant summer tops and striking shawls for your urban adventures in "Wayfarer"--these versatile pieces can take you from a day of sightseeing to a night on the town.
Traditional yarns sell alongside expensive Italian threads and iridescent yarns with names such as "No Smoking," "Wild Stuff" and "Glitz." The ugly yellows and atrocious oranges that used to be a hallmark of knitting have been supplanted by fluorescent microfibers and bright metallic yarns that knit up into shimmering scarves worthy of boutique store windows.