- Selvage (knitting)
The selvage of a
knitted fabricconsists the stitch(es) that end each row ("course") of knitting. Also called selvedge, the term derives from "self-edge". The selvage may be considered finished; it may also be used in seaming garments, or finished and reinforced using crochet or other techniques.
There are many methods for producing selvages.
* June Hemmons Hiatt (1988) "The Principles of Knitting", Simon and Schuster, pp. 163-168. ISBN 0-671-55233-3
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