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Nathanaël is 1m86 tall, weighs 76kg and wears a size L.
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The jersey stitch
The jersey stitch is the one commonly found in our wardrobes. It has a different outside face from the inside. On the right side of the knitted fabric there are small «V» shaped picots.
It is obtained by alternately knitting one row right side up and one row wrong side down.
Introduced at the end of the 19th century as a sports garment, it was then used for outdoor activities. Its fitted collar, folded down and protecting the whole height of the neck, it allows to protect from the cold, and makes it a very popular garment in the maritime environment. It was in the 1920s that it really became popular, thanks to the British actor and playwright Noel Coward.
Today, it can be found in many men's and women's wardrobes, with a fine or thick knit fabric.