When and where was knitting invented?

What country invented knitting?

The earliest example of true knitting is a pair of knitting socks found in Egypt, dating back to A.D. 1100-just over 9 centuries ago! These early socks were worked in Nalebinding, an ancient craft which used thread to create fabric by making knots and loops.

What do you call a person who knits?

Noun. 1. knitter – someone who makes garments (or fabrics) by intertwining yarn or thread. needleworker – someone who does work (as sewing or embroidery) with a needle.

What were old knitting needles made of?

Ancient knitting needles were made of wood, bone, ivory, briar, bamboo, copper, wire, amber, and maybe even iron. Steel needles came later. Knitters themselves made the needles, known as knitting woods, needles, skewers, pins, or wires.

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