Linking is a method of seaming/attaching pieces of a garment together after the pieces have been knitted on a flat-bed knitting machine. The linking process requires a skilled operator, and is used mainly for high-end knitted apparel. In the linking process, a slacker course of loops of yarn is created on the linking machine, which connects two pieces of fabric together.
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