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Synonyms for knitting

needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine

creating knitted wear

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Our philosophy was stick to the knitting because we cannot influence strategy.
A big company like Tesco can afford to stretch its management but some of these smaller guys should stick to the knitting.
Stick to the knitting, please, and let other labels deal with air miles.
On potential expansion into Europe, chief executive Mr Allport, who is the former chief executive of Cardiff-based secured lender Firstplus, said, 'I would say my business philosophy is stick to the knitting and make sure you have got it right.
Besides the understandable desire to stick to the knitting, there are other business imperatives that drive cost-center managers to consider alternatives: rising costs of managing applications (people and vendor maintenance payments), ROIs that fail to materialize, and risks associated with the often abrupt departure of key support personnel.