Celtic Cnytting

knit: O.E. cnyttan "to tie with a knot, bind, fasten," related to O.N. knytja, M.L.G. knütten" to tie, knot," O.E. cnotta "aknot," 

from P.Gmc. *knuttjan,from stem 

*knutt-. Of brows,late 14c. 

Meaning "to do knitting"(especially plain stitch) is from 

1530.Knitting "knitted work" 

attested from1880.

I'm called Dr. "d" at work, and drterry on Ravelry

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