knitting knit·ting (nĭt'ĭng)
The physiological process by which the fragments of a broken bone are united or the edges of a wound are closed.
To attend strictly to one's own affairs; not interfere with others; be single-minded: I'm not a personal confidant. I stick to my knitting
[1970s+; perhaps fr the indefatigable knitting of Madame De Farge in Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities]