reknitting

reknitting

(riːˈnɪtɪŋ)
n
(Knitting & Sewing) the method of repairing holes or runs in knitted garments
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With luck and perseverance, these institutions and processes will outlive Trump's deviations and play a critical role in reknitting together US' society and alliances when he is?gone.
Not only would this broaden America's economic prosperity, it would go a long way toward reknitting America's social fabric, which was torn long before the election of Donald Trump, and further torn afterward.
Option 1, frogging and reknitting most of the sleeves, was just not going to happen.
A New York-based company that specializes in the lost art of French reweaving and reknitting, including cashmere sweater repair and garment restoration, AlterKnit has been expanding its business exponentially over the past six years.
Radcliffe points out, if you keep unraveling and reknitting a swatch you may not know which needles came closest to the desired gauge.
It is the unraveling and reknitting of these spirits that constitutes the strange, spiraling structure of Menenhetet's narrative of his journey through the underworld (Begiebing 40).
I would watch my neighbours knitting socks and then reknitting. I decided to start sketching some designs for jumpers.
After a war which in Boone County was notable principally for the episodic small-bore violence of guerilla conflict, Boone's captive black population emerged emancipated, but impoverished and adrift, (60) while its whites began reknitting the fabric of a community whose political allegiances had been sharply split, but which retained a consensus about its proper social organization: Culturally southern.
A trick we borrowed from Dow patented blown film technology is to overlap the flow paths of the melt to minimize reknitting issues."
Rather than suggesting a static and uncontestable norm from which individuals fall away to be punished in an eternal burning, the Busk rejuvenates the community, reknitting it through a shared negotiation of the relation between continuity and change--a this-world ritual conflagration in which acknowledging and embracing "the unknown" becomes a communal project.
And while personal friendships are strengthened, knitting circles such as Berger's are also reknitting the social fabric of their communities.
If you're just not that into mechanically reknitting your yogurt, Hamren says you can drop that whey into a glass of orange juice and drink it boilermaker style.