Definition of raschel knitting
: warp knitting resembling tricot but usually coarser and with openwork patterns
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Origin and Etymology of raschel knitting
from Raschel (machine), a kind of loom, from German Raschelmaschine, after Rachel (Elisa R. Félix) †1858 French actress
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