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Knitting is a technique of producing fabric from a strand of yarn or thread. Unlike weaving, knitting does not require a loom nor other large equipment, making it a valuable technique for nomadic and non-agrarian peoples.
The oldest artifact with a knitted appearance is a type of sock. It is believed that socks and stockings were the first pieces produced using techniques similar to knitting. These socks were worked in Nålebinding, a technique of making fabric by creating multiple knots or loops with a single needle and thread. Via [Wiki]
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Regular socks just can’t compare to the Tired Foot Care Socks. After all, do your ordinary sneaker liners offer sturdy built in footpads for reflexology massage and advanced arch support? In Japan, where shoes are exchanged at the door for cozier footwear as a matter of course, they take their socks very seriously.
• Available sizes: M 22.5 – 23.5cm (8.9 – 9.3″), L 24.0 – 25.0cm (9.4 – 9.8″)
• M Size: 118 x 380 x 30mm (7.9 x 8.1″)
• M Weight: 130g (2.1lbs)
• L Size: 118 x 395 x 30mm (4.6 x 15.6 x 1.2″)
• L Weight: 135g
• Colors: pink, blue, white
• Materials: polyester (socks), latex (pads)
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This is impossibly cute. Boy plays ukele to tune of ‘I’m Yours,’ boy is brilliant at it, boy doesn’t really know the words. Boy has big future in the biz….
Insects have played an important part in the history of human nutrition in Africa, Australia, Asia and the Americas . Hundreds of species have been used as human food. Some of the more important groups include grasshoppers, caterpillars, beetle grubs and (sometimes) adults, winged termites (some of which are very large in the tropics), bee, wasp and ant brood (larvae and pupae) as well as winged ants, cicadas, and a variety of aquatic insects. Ordinarily, insects are not used as emergency food to ward off starvation, but are included as a normal part of the diet throughout the year or when seasonally available. Via [Food-Info.net]
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