The process of making fabric by interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns. Originally done by hand, now turned out by machine in mass production. Hand—knitting is done either on straight or round needles by slipping stitches from one needle to the other, each change making one stitch.
A very high grade, distinctive breed developed from several various strains. For 160 years, Australia has constantly improved the quality of its wool. Sheep in this class are large in stature, thrive well in large flocks, and have the stamina to withstand drought and dry vegetation better than other breeds.
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