Knit Up (Verb)

The way in which a yarn turns into knitted fabric, or the characteristic of the yarn when it is knitted. How the yarn looks and feels when it has been knitted into stitches.

For example:

“This yarn knits up really soft” = “This yarn feels really soft when it’s in a knitted garment.”
“This yarn knits up really fast” = “This yarn is so thick that if you knit a project with it you will finish really quickly.”


Local Yarn Store

Stix Yarn Store entrance main street Bozeman

A brick-and-mortar store that specializes in selling yarn for knitting, crocheting and other crafts.

Ravelry yarn store locator: https://www.ravelry.com/shops/search


Stash

A knitter’s accumulated yarn supply. On Ravelry.com, your stash is a digital record of your real-life stash.


Tink

To “un-knit,” i.e., undo your knitting stitch by stitch. The work “tink” gets its name from “knit” spelled backwards.


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