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double knit

[¦dəb·əl ′nit]
(textiles)
Firm, often reversible knitted fabric made by using a double set of needles to produce a single two-layer fabric; weave may be plain or fancy patterns or textures.
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Use a ballpoint needle for jersey, double-knit or interlock knit fabrics that don't contain a great deal of stretch.
Button-front baseball jerseys in both sleeved and sleeveless styles come in stretch nylon double-knits, as do the matching game pants, which feature elastic waist bands and belt loops.
Don Alleson's "Protop" baseball jersey is 100% double-knit that comes in pinstripe and solid body colors and a six-button front.
Then there's that whole double-knit polyester look.
Polyester - jersey, crepe and double-knit - is back in fashion favor, leading a revival of '70s fashions.
Designers like Donna Karan are on a blue streak, dishing up pale, almost silvery-blue suits with flap pockets and big collars inspired by the powder-blue double-knit leisure suits men adored in the mid-'70s.
Teens are going back to polyester double-knit hipster pants.
Three flamboyant pals are hoping to take on Tinder after going from double-knits to world's first double-dating website.
By using 3D shaping, our Leicester factory can reproduce our design team's concepts exactly as they envisage them without all the weight and bulk associated with double-knits.
In the ensuing years, baseball has trekked westward, taken on new teams, weathered challenges from professional leagues in other sports, adopted a draft, made adjustments for television, survived free agency and double-knits, added a playoff system, and gone global.
SAN DIEGO - The baseball stadiums built in the 1970s had about as much staying power as earth-tone double-knits and feathered haircuts.