I-Cord Bind off and Cast on

I-Cord Bind off and Cast on Tutorial for Machine Knitting

If you are a hand knitter, you may have heard of an i-cord bind off. Let's work it on the knitting machine... Plus we'll examine an i-cord cast on that will
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I-Cord on the Machine

I-Cord on the Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

I-cord (or slip cord) can be used in many ways to embellish your knitting. It can be used as shoulder straps for girls dresses, belts and decorative ties … the
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Designer I-Cord Seams and Edges

Designer I-Cord Seams and Edges Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Add designer details to your garments with basic I-Cord accented seams and garment edges.

I-Cord Perfection

I-Cord Perfection Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's one little trick to make your I-cord edges look beautiful every time.

I-Cord Trims

I-Cord Trims Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Attaching I-cord to the edge of a knitted piece adds a nice finishing touch. There are unlimited variations to this technique here are 3 for you to try.
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Knit-in I-Cord

Knit-in I-Cord Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Borrowed from a hand-knitting technique, i-cord edges are a great way to finish scarves, shawls and any edge that won't be seamed. Master your machine
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Hobby Knit Knitted Cord Maker

Hobby Knit Knitted Cord Maker Tutorial for Machine Knitting

The Hobby Knit Machine was originally made in the 1940's. This cast metal machine is a sturdy workhorse that clamps to a table to quickly crank miles of
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i-Cord on the Taixtexma TH160

i-Cord on the Taixtexma TH160 Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Since this machine has only 1 cam setting for slip (part) to work I-cord or circular knitting means flipping the cam lever from Part to Plain with every pass of
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