The Scottish Word:

Wiskir

“Jings, her wisker wis fair fu the-day.”

Translated:

wisker: belt with padded section full of holes to hold knitting needles; a bunch of straw folded over neatly, bound tightly and tucked in the apron to hold knitting needles.

“Goodness, her needle holder was rather full today.”

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