Knit [verb]

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Celebrating wintertime with traditional British designs, the accessory collection of knit caps, snoods, gloves, and socks features JW Anderson’s styling twists with heat tech.

It has all the warming, wicking, odor-resisting, quick-drying benefits of wool in a tight knit that keeps winter winds at bay.

That’s thanks in part to the knit merino wool, which creates a classy yet functional look.

The medium-thick, double-layer quilted polyester knit has an antimicrobial treatment that may help limit contact transmission when you touch the mask.

From its wide, comfortable head straps to its highly breathable, thin double-layer polyester knit fabric, Buff’s filter mask feels made for runners, skiers, and anyone else who does high-motion sports.

Brief as was this interchange of politenesses, it sufficed to knit together the souls of the seaman and the small boy.

Their complexion is a light bronze, stunted in stature, well-knit, and about the middle size.

And there coming rapidly across from the Comptoir National was the well knit figure of the young man from Atlanta.

The women knit her a pair of stockings or a shawl, and the Queen delights them by accepting their presents.

White wool—Knit a row, decreasing it by taking the first two stitches together, and the last two.