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Machine Knitters Success path

Machine Knitters Success path
Where are you on your journey to mastering your knitting machine?
Build your skills with the MACHINE KNITTERS SUCCESS PATH

Whether you are just getting started, returning from a break or you've been knitting for a while, the path offers logical steps for building on your knowledge and developing new skills for your machine knitting.

Included are tutorials from the Knit it Now Learning Library and suggested patterns you can use each step of the way.

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Buying a Knitting Machine? Questions to ask

Buying a Knitting Machine? Questions to ask
If are just getting started with machine knitting and you are looking to purchase a used knitting machine or add to your collection of machines, here are some questions to ask.

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Gauge Rulers are NOT machine Specific (Green, Yellow, Blue)

Gauge Rulers are NOT machine Specific (Green, Yellow, Blue)
Gauge rulers are a quick (and no-math) method of establishing gauge.

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Hand Knitters guide to Machine Knitting

Hand Knitters guide to Machine Knitting
"I am an accomplished long-time hand knitter and just got an LK-150 knitting machine. I've been able to knit a couple of hats. I want to knit my first sweater...."

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DesignaKnit with Non Electronic Machines

DesignaKnit with Non Electronic Machines
Can you use DesignaKnit with Non-Electronic machines?
If you have a manual or non-electronic (or punchcard) machine , you can use the Interactive Knitting feature of DesignaKnit. Use this for an LK-150, Brother KX350, or any non-electronic machine (even electronics that are no longer working.)

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