Fisherman Rib on the LK-150

Fisherman Rib on the LK-150 Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Hand manipulated knit and purl stitches PLUS tuck EQUALS Fisherman rib. This classic stitch pattern is thick, warm, textured, reversible and stretchy. It's
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Checkerboard Stitch Pattern

Checkerboard Stitch Pattern Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Creating this classic knit and purl checkerboard pattern isn't difficult. Watch as we use the ribber and a little hand manipulation to create it. This is a
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Basic Ribbing without a Ribber

Basic Ribbing without a Ribber Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Without a ribber, knitting knit and purl stitches on a flat bed machine takes a bit of work. By re-forming individual stitches you can include purl stitches in
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Decorative Cabled Ribbing on the Machine

Decorative Cabled Ribbing on the Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a decorative cabled rib that is fun to knit on the machine. Combine re-formed stitches with cables for an interesting stitch pattern that will add an
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Through the Back Loop - Twisted Stitch

Through the Back Loop - Twisted Stitch Tutorial for Machine Knitting

In hand knitting there are times when you are instructed to knit through the back loop. You may be working a decorative stitch, or the designer may
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No Ribber? Ribbing Cast On Options

No Ribber? Ribbing Cast On Options Tutorial for Machine Knitting

4 cast on choices for hand manipulated ribbing. From fast 'n easy to a gorgeous tubular cast on, you have options for getting your ribbing started

1234 Edge Finish

1234 Edge Finish Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Crochet look edge that is easy to knit and can be used on long sections. 2 Variations are included for you to try. This is a firm, hand-manipulated,
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Create Cables on the Machine

Create Cables on the Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Cables are traditional favorites of knitters both hand and machine. 3 methods of creating a basic cable are covered. Which do you prefer? BONUS: Simple tip
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Timesaving Tips for Hand Manipulation

Timesaving Tips for Hand Manipulation Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Get inspired to work a some hand manipulated stitches on your next project. Included are mini-cables, using cheat sheets and 2 methods for re-forming columns of
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Honeycomb Smocking Stitch

Honeycomb Smocking Stitch Tutorial for Machine Knitting

This honeycomb smocking stitch looks complicated, but it's really not difficult to do. Combine needles out of work, slip stitches and a little hand
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Cheat Sheets for Hand Manipulation

Cheat Sheets for Hand Manipulation Tutorial for Machine Knitting

With non-patterning machines and any time you want to work a hand manipulated stitch pattern, there's usually a lot of counting of needles involved. Here are
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PSSO Decorative Center Double Decrease

PSSO Decorative Center Double Decrease Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Borrowed from the hand knitting world, this textured, columnar stitch pattern with or without eyelets magically forms a scalloped edge. Use it in a single
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Radiant Eyelet Lace

Radiant Eyelet Lace Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Beautiful hand manipulated lace - 12 row repeat with only 2 manual stitch transfer rows per repeat.
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Linen Stitch on the Knitting Machine

Linen Stitch on the Knitting Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Linen stitch is a beautiful way to add texture to your knitting. For hand knitters, there are many variations on this ever-popular stitch pattern.
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Zig-Zag Lace

Zig-Zag Lace Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A graphic eyelet zig zag pattern that can be varied in unlimited ways. Manually working the transfers isn't too difficult, although your lace carriage would
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Zig-Zag Lace Flags

Zig-Zag Lace Flags Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Based on a simple Zig-Zag Lace stitch pattern, this stitch pattern incorporates multiple
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Double Eyelet Lace

Double Eyelet Lace Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Unusual stitch transfer sequences create this simple, but beautiful lace pattern. The secret is breaking the rules by having 2 eyelets side by side,
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Slip Stitch on Non-Patterning Machines

Slip Stitch on Non-Patterning Machines Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Add beautiful texture to your knitting with pattern stitches created by skipping (or slipping) over pattern needles. Punchcard and electronic machines
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Knitweave Without Brushes

Knitweave Without Brushes Tutorial for Machine Knitting

If your knitting machine doesn't have weaving brushes, you can still work knitweave. You can achieve the same results by manually weaving the
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