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also stock·i·net  (stŏk′ə-nĕt′)
1. An elastic knitted fabric used especially in making undergarments, bandages, and babies' clothes.
2. A pattern in knitting in which the right side of the fabric shows knit stitches and the wrong side shows purl stitches. Also called stockinette stitch.

[Alteration of stocking net.]
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1. (Textiles) a variant spelling of stockinet
2. (Knitting & Sewing)
a. another name for stocking stitch
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(ˌstɒk əˈnɛt)

Also, stock`i•net′. a stretchy, machine-knitted fabric used for making undergarments, infants' wear, etc.
[1775–85; earlier stocking-net]
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Noun1.stockinette - knit used especially for infants' wear and undergarments
knit - a fabric made by knitting
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Sterile stockinette was used to drape the limb exposing only the operating area.
Gauge: 22 stitches and 28 rounds = 4" / 10 cm in stockinette stitch on larger needles
And grafting doesn't need to be limited to stockinette stitch or even a single color.
Postoperative Dressings for the Residual Limb Dressing Type Considerations for Specific Dressing Types Soft dressing * Provides no control of edema Soft dressing plus * Ensures even pressure to prevent pressure wrap compromising circulation Semi-rigid dressing * Plaster splints * Unna paste bandage (secured with stockinette) * Unable to use temporary prosthesis immediately after surgery Rigid dressing * Aids in diminishing edema and pain * Protects surgical site (in place until suture removal) * Can allow immediate fitting of temporary prosthesis (mobile earlier) * Difficult in accessing surgical site for appropriate assessment * Increases pressure risks: compromised circulation and necrosis of residual limb Sources: Ertl, 2016; Gulanick & Myers, 2014; Virani et al., 2015
It currently faces a one-month sales ban for three of its products, namely the 3M Clinpro Tooth Creme, 3M Tie-On Surgical Mask with Anti-Fog Shield and 3M Synthetic Stockinette, after the ministry uncovered that they had been imported and sold between 2011 and 2015 without due diligence or completing mandatory declaration procedures.
Mix your knits - cable stitch, stockinette, crochet, even plaited rope - for a variety of touchable textures that create a room you just want to snuggle up in.
In the 19th century, the French manufacturer Paul Huot's development of the so-called 'mannequin perfectionne'--with internal skeleton, horsehair stuffing, 'garniture' of flesh-coloured silk stockinette and painted papier mache head--established Paris as the centre of deluxe lay figure production.
And it got more exciting as I opened the jar and took the little piece of stockinette and opened that little bag, and the resident doctor said, now put it on that blue towel and check it out.
After 24-h, individual pairs were moved to transparent plastic cylinders (one pair per cylinder) (11 cm length and 5 cm diameter; Thornton Plastic Co., Salt Lake City, UT) lined with tubular synthetic stockinette (Independent Medical Co-Op, Ormond Beach, FL) as an oviposition substrate as the females prefer rough, dry substrates for oviposition.
Stockinette (stretchy material - like 'T shirt' material - a sort of cotton jersey.
The laminate specimens were made out of acrylic resin (matrix) and layers of perlon stockinette, carbon fiber, and glass fibers.