beautiful response . . . thank youIf you want to express that something was made by craftsmen/women, with great skill and care, it is usual to say 'by hand'.
'manually' is correct, but sounds a bit 'cold' and formal – it doesn't have the 'care and love' connotation of 'by hand'.
That's a good point.I knitted this manually. This sounds so unusual that I wonder if it means you didn't use knitting needles but somehow only your fingers.
that really clarifies the point.. thank youI knitted this by hand. I used my hands and knitting needles rather than a knitting machine or a loom.
I knitted this manually. This sounds so unusual that I wonder if it means you didn't use knitting needles but somehow only your fingers.
exactly... I think I can't find a direct equivalent for manually in Farsi..That's a good point.
This product was made manually - what sort of product could this be? Something made without the use of machinery, but with no skill required? I can't really envisage what product could be so described.