Knitting Machines galore since one is never enough, photo tutorials, and knits gone wild

Thank you Linda

In the 1990’s, Linda ran a successful knitting machine shop. As the craft slowed down, so did her business. After shutting her doors, she held on to some of her inventory, hauling it across the country and back several times. This past weekend, she was ready for the equipment, yarn, and books to find new homes.

We were very fortunate to be one of those homes.

In the coming year, we’ll be able to post several how-to photo tutorials on Designaknit cables, linker, mid gauge ribber, and the electronic bulky machine because of her generosity.

Up first is How To Assemble A Knitting Machine Tilt Stand – Brother, Studio, Singer, Silver Reed.

Linda, thank you so much. Your equipment will be well loved.

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June 23, 2008


1 elan { 07.06.08 at 11:51 am }

Cool, I’ll be watching, I inherited a bulky knitting machine 14 years ago & did a bit with it (I took machine knitting at college in the 80’s) but I need to get back into it.

2 Barbara { 08.25.11 at 12:27 pm }

Just hooked up my knitting table (like the one pictured for KH260) bulky knitting machine and it works GREAT! Thank you so much for all of your listings–they certainly help a lot. I have just gotten back into the grove and your instructions helped me so much.
Thanks again,

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