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The Hand Book For Manual Machine Knitters

Author: Mary Oger
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ISBN: 9781537755168
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Detailed descriptions of techniques and methods for use on manual, non-patterning single bed knitting machines and frames. Cast-ons, cast-offs, increasing, decreasing, shortrow shaping, patterning, lace, tuck, slip fairisle...Examples of where, when and why to use and why not. Instructions and charts for many hand selected stitch patterns and bands, trims and edges all done on the knitting machine, no hand knitting or crochet skills required.

The Machine Knitting Textbook

Author: Marika Simon
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ISBN: 9780966573411
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This comprehensive instructional manual is written for the owner of a Passap electronic knitting machine (E-6000) who have limited access to a formal training program. Using a step-by step instructional technique, the book introduces the fundamental aspects of the machine, then in a logical sequence teaches the basic processes of machine knitting: cast-ons, increasing and decreasing stitches, cast offs. All lock setting are explained in detail. The learner will be able to knit a garment even before the console is turned on. Techniques for knitting borders, placing single motifs, and creating various patterns and textures are explained in detail. Many tips are interspersed in the text to further help the reader.

Hand Knits By Machine

Author: Susan Guagliumi
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ISBN: 9781503065758
Size: 44.43 MB
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Hand Knits by Machine is the one book that fully addresses the issues involved in adapting hand knit patterns and techniques to a knitting machine. Heavily illustrated with photographs and illustrations, the book puts as much emphasis on "why" as it does "how" and will guide both hand and machine knitters through the process.Part One contains individual chapters (Casting On, Increasing and Decreasing, Binding Off, Picking Up Stitches) that specifically focus on duplicating the hand knit methods on the machine - not the usual methods found in knitting machine manuals. There is an extensive chapter on machines, basic stitches and a chapter that illustrates, among other topics, beading techniques and garter bar usage. Part Two dedicates entire chapters to converting Mosaic stitches and lace designs to the machine; by hand selection or with punch cards and electronics. The Entrelac chapter features a unique method based on holding position, requiring no scrapping off. The chapter on Modular knitting covers basic "Domino" squares as well as some unique methods of joining diamond shapes.This is what some of the best hand knit designers and authors have to say about Hand Knits by Machine:"...A masterful, comprehensive, inspiring book. I love everything about it- the concepts, the illustrations, the organization." Sally Melville, author of The Knitting Experience"..this book a must for hand-knitters wanting to make the leap to the machine, as well as for machine knitters who want to add some great hand-knitting skills to their bag of tricks! Lace, entrelac and mosaic patterning are fascinating when done on the machine, and Susan gives the technical back-up to ensure success." Deborah Newton, author of Designing Knitwear."A great resource! This volume brings the sensibilities and handcrafted details loved by hand knitters to machine knitting."Norah Gaughan, author of Knitting Nature"In Hand Knits by Machine, Susan Guagliumi guides the hand knitter through her many tips and tricks to make a machine knit sweater look completely handmade. Clear concise directions, explicit photographs and Susan's incredible expertise will turn you into a machine knitter in no time. Bobbles, lace, cables, mosaic and color-work patterns, entrelac and more are all hand knitting techniques that Susan gives instruction for working."Kristin Nicholas, author of Knitting Today's Classics"The process of taking a hand-knit garment and recreating it with a knitting machine can be daunting at first, but with a little guidance, it can be very exciting! Hand Knits by Machine deconstructs each of the steps involved with clear and concise detail, making them understandable and achievable. As well, there are thorough explanations and instructions for techniques hand-knitters love, such as entrelac, mosaic knitting, and modular knitting, demystifying them so they can easily be accomplished with a knitting machine. This book is an excellent resource that will be referred to again and again. "Trisha Malcolm, editor Vogue Knitting Magazine

Knitting Machine Patterns On Diagrams Done By Bertha Kok

Author: Bertha Kok
Publisher: Absolute Sewing
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This book is a result of many years of experience and provides more information to assist the knitter to produce an attractive and well fitted garments. Many people bought machines but did not persevere with the knitting of garments as they received minimal help and advice from technical sources. This book is to motivate and inspire knitters to produce a well-finished garment. Although the manuals teach how to operate the machine, knitters are often at a loss when it comes to average sizes, styles and measurements. The use of diagrams simplifies the reading of the patterns. One can see at a glance which instructions are required for the garment: The measurements, rows, stitches and also show shaping. Please note that this book is supplementary to the handbook supplied with your machine. Therefore, refer to your own instruction manual, at all times. Although everything was done to avoid mistakes, the writer can't be held responsible for any errors. • The use of diagrams simplifies the reading of the patterns. One can see at a glance which instructions are required for the relevant garment. • Sizes are for men and ladies in 10 sizes from 82cm to 127 cm (32” to 50”). Children from 3 months to 12 years, calculations are for 4-ply yarn and 3-ply yarn. • Crochet No 5, summer boucle and industrial yarns can also adapted be for the machine knitting patterns. Book Content Part One: IntroductionIndex and abbreviationsHow to use the diagram pattern.How to use the diagrams, Raglan diagram. Calculate rows and sts on back panel for long sleeves.Adjusting pattern when row and sts differs from diagram. Taking measurements. Guideline for machine tension. Neater edges. Raglan decreases.Raglan round neck, V-neck. Hint for round neck.Shaping the holding position method. drop shoulder, set-in sleeve and neck shaping. Drop shoulder and Set-in sleeve. Back and neck shaping.Shaping of V-neck. Sleeve of drop shoulder and set-in sleeve.Replacing sts on waste yarn for shoulder seams, ribbing etc. Ensure easy movement of carriage. Cast-off chain method with tappit tool. Joining the shoulder sts of drop shoulder and set-in sleeve on WY (waste yarn).Neck ribbing. Attractive edging for neckV-neck ribbing. Sleeveless pullover. Shaping of "V" neck rib at center front.Hints on yarns. Cardigan. Determine length of button hole band.Lady's skirt.Lady's dress. Lady's dress.Girls' skirts. Semi-picot hem.Girls' dresses.Babies' jacketSewing of knitted garments, with sewing machine, care for knitted garments.Cut and sew with overlockerCut and sew with overlockerCut and sew with overlockerNeck templates .Variations on raglan, drop shoulder and set-in sleeves. Part two: DIAGRAMS PATTERNS Page 4-PLY 1 - 17 Raglan: Men, Ladies and Children 18 - 34 Drop shoulder: Men, Ladies and Children 35 - 51 Set-in sleeve: Men, Ladies and Children 52 - 54 Pullover Men, Ladies and Children Page 3-PLY 55 - 71 Raglan: Men, Ladies and Children 72 - 88 Drop shoulder: Men, Ladies and Children 89 - 105 Set-in sleeve: Men, Ladies and Children 106 - 108 Pullover Men, Ladies and Children 1) Patterns for Raglan sleeve, drop shoulder, set-in sleeve, round and V-neck sweaters, and long and short sleeve cardigans. 2) Sleeveless pullovers, skirt and dresses for ladies en girls, baby jackets. 3) How to sew garments with an overlocker.

Knitting Tips Trade Secrets

Author: Taunton Press
Publisher: Taunton Press
ISBN: 9781561581566
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Describes materials and techniques used for hand knitting, machine knitting, and crocheting, and includes tips for finishing touches, garment care, and creating patterns

Translating Between Hand And Machine Knitting

Author: Vikki Haffenden
Publisher: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785004328
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Knitting is an enduringly popular and creative craft, but many associate the techniques primarily with hand knitting, believing machine knitting to require arcane knowledge. However, machine knitting is formed from the same stitch structures and is equally versatile. Translating between Hand and Machine Knitting rediscovers the potential of domestic machine knitting to open up new possibilities for dedicated knitters, offering an equally creative yet timesaving method of crafting new designs. With over 500 images, this comprehensive guide offers detailed step-by-step explanations of techniques in both hand and machine knitting, whilst also offering inspiration and design advice. Dr Vikki Haffenden, a highly experienced knit designer, technical knitter and educator, shares the knowledge and understanding she has accumulated over a career designing for the knitted textile and knitwear industry and as a lecturer in knitted textile design. Topics covered include: Illustrated step-by-step instructions of hand and machine knitting techniques; Qualities and behaviours of fibres and yarns and their suitability for knitting; Equipment requirements and advice; Basic stitches and stitch constructions of hand and machine knitting; Combining stitches to make surface texture and colour patterns; Shaping and knitting 3D shapes; Calculating garment shape and size from tension swatches. Superbly illsutrated with 397 colour photographs and 130 line artworks.