She recalls how everything always felt knitted together
in the village where she grew up.
All are knitted together
perfectly to provide beautiful, quality red wine.
Put, again, your hands in your lap, knitted together
, and send up instead all the thank yous for what will come.
Together they weave a brilliantly original new musical kaleidoscope of ideas knitted together
to create a soundscape like no other, spanning the bridge of several generations where no genre is denied access to the party of parties.
Staff and pupils at Redcar Academy created summerthemed pom poms, which were knitted together
by members of the community to make a colourful collage.
The troubling aspect of PlaceRaider's experitise lies not only in its ability of taking photos of your surrounding through your Android smartphone, but it uploads the pics to a central server where they're knitted together
to a form a 3D representation of a person's room or office layout.
Located in the Italian city of Venice, in the former industrial area of Porto Marghera, the 245m design boasts a 60-storey construction featuring three fin-shaped towers knitted together
through a set of six horizontal steel discs.
Slow at times, and ponderous, but the web of musical motifs and recurrent themes gradually knitted together
to make perfect sense.
Inspectors said: "They are especially well motivated by the excellent curriculum, in which different subjects are successfully knitted together
to extend their learning.
Not that they were any more outstanding than their team-mates who knitted together
to produce their best performance of the season.
The scan areas are knitted together
via software to produce one file for assessment and analysis.
But Lerner said: "The success of the England team and the club game are knitted together
and we should not lose sight of that.
The free show celebrates the five boroughs of New York with songs by composer Lisa Gutkin and five female poets (including frequent Mabou Mines collaborator Karen Kandel), knitted together
by historical tales written by historian Nancy Groce.
The continued recovery in manufacturing, strong retail sales growth and robust earnings and employment conditions have knitted together
to provide a bedrock of optimism for UK firms' 2007 expectations.
What buyers don't want is a whole ragbag of different businesses, loosely knitted together
under the same ownership, having been randomly added on to the owner's original idea "because we had capacity."