Definitions for "full-fashioned"
knitted to fit the shape of the body; as, full-fashioned hosiery.
Knitting process whereby the pattern shape of an individual garment piece is formed on the knitting machine as opposed to being cut from a piece of cloth. Full-fashioned garments are typically expensive sweater knits where the sleeve is knit together with the body of the machine. Full fashioned collar trims allow for one to control the shape/angle of the collar points.
A term applied to the shaping of sweaters when stitches are knitted together to shape armholes and necklines. Distinguished by "V" and "bird's eye" markings.