Bridging Challenge aka Free Pass

Bridging Challenge aka Free Pass Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Who's in charge? You or your machine? Can you knit half the stitches in a row, then return the carriage back to the opposite side of the bed without
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Stitch Types and Yarn Usage

Stitch Types and Yarn Usage  Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Stockinette, Slip, Tuck, Lace all make beautiful fabrics. Each has it’s own characteristics, but which one uses more yarn? Follow along on our
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Stitch Multiples

Stitch Multiples Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Multiple of 5 plus 1, Multiple of 3 plus 2. These indicators on stitch patterns can make or break the finishing on your garment. Take a few minutes to
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Yipes! Stripes!

Yipes! Stripes! Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Add some interest to a plain knitting pattern with stripes. All of these examples are quick and easy with no programming necessary. Includes eyelets, simple
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Anatomy of Pattern Stitches

Anatomy of Pattern Stitches Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Machine knitters have a wide range of pattern stitches available to add texture, dimension and color to their knitting. The basics are stockinette, tuck, slip,
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Single Row Stripes with Free Pass

Single Row Stripes with Free Pass Tutorial for Machine Knitting

For an interesting play on color, try one-row stripes! Use as an all-over pattern, or intersperse single rows of color here and there. This could also be used
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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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Slip Stitch on Brother Machines

Slip Stitch on Brother Machines Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Slip stitch is one of the basic techniques that can be worked on any machine. Hand manipulated or worked with automatic patterning, there are many, many uses
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Slip Stitch on Silver/Singer/Studio Machines

Slip Stitch on Silver/Singer/Studio Machines Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Slip stitch is one of the basic techniques that can be worked on any machine. Hand manipulated or worked with automatic patterning, there are many, many uses
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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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