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Machine Knitting

Author : Alison Dupernex
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The popularity of hand frame knitting is underestimated and there are many passionate and creative knitters who have taken machine knitting into their heads, hearts and hands. Overflowing with colour and stitch ideas, inspirational photos and customizable patterns, this book will inject vitality into your knitting practice. Explore how colours can be juxtaposed for best effect or where Slip, Tuck and Fair Isle stitches will add new textures and make intricate fabrics. Seventy-five knitting patterns, ranging from coats and scarves to bags and sculptures, offer enticing new project ideas as well as suggested variations and additions you can make to expand your design skills. Topics covered include: a history of hand frame knitting; techniques and stitches; the design process; stripes, circles and colour; Fair Isle; lace and sculptural vessels and, finally, how to develop your hobby into a business. Written for both experienced knitters and anyone using a knitting machine, this book will act as a catalyst for hand frame knitters to add stitch and colour variety to their work.

Translating Between Hand and Machine Knitting

Author : Vikki Haffenden
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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.

Machine Knitting

Author : Lucia Tarantino
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Knowing how to properly use a knitting machine will open up the possibilities of the knitted fabric, and this book is here to explain how it works, both at home and in a professional area. It includes diagrams of the different stitches and the elaboration of the knitted piece.

Colorful Machine Knitting Patterns

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My First Pattern Book

Author : Charlene Shafer
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Beginner knitting patterns. Written row-by-row. Lots of illustrations, easy projects - written for the new owner of a knitting machine. Patterns include stocking hat, scarf, Christmas stocking, cardigan sweater, slippers, place mat, mittens, baby sweater, E-Z tuck afghan & table scarf. If you knit all these projects you will use all the buttons on the carriage, shape, make buttonholes, hems + knit every other needle + more. The book was written for the Brother knitting machines but works well for the Silver Reed, Studio, Singer or Toyota knitting machines.

Knitting Cuff to Cuff

Author : Susan Guagliumi
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Knitting Tips Trade Secrets Expanded

Author : Pam Hoenig
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We all need a little help now and then. Whether it's how to build a better butonhole or the best cast-on for a firm edge, get advice from regular knitters and crocheters across the country as well as top experts.

Knitting Tips Trade Secrets

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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

Ultimate Illustrated Guide to Machine Knitting for Beginners

Author : Sophia Anderson
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Ultimate Illustrated Guide to Machine Knitting for Beginners Learn to Knit Baby Blankets, Hats, Dishcloths & MORE! Over 75 Pictures & Illustrations Do you love the look of handmade knitted pieces? Do you lack the patience to complete a knitwork gift by hand? Did you get a fancy knitting machine, but have no idea how best to use it? Look no further than this essential pocket guidebook! In this book, I'll show you how to use your fancy technological knitting machine to create masterful and beautiful knitted pieces. I have always loved the way that handmade knitted gifts look. I love the way making something from scratch showed that you put that much more thought and care into that hat or blanket. We live in a world where time is money, and most people are too busy or too stressed to try to create handmade knitted items with old-fashioned knitting needles and their two bare hands. We have invented nifty knitting machines to take the stress out of creating these handmade gifts. Your knitting machine should be a help, not a hindrance, to your knitting progress. Once you know what to do with your knitting machine, you'll be creating lovely pieces of knitwork that look handmade! In this book, I share with you what I have learned about utilizing my knitting machine to create beautiful knitted pieces that look like they were stitched by hand. You will learn: About the types of knitting machines Examples of plastic bed machines What metal bed machines are Electronic machine options What a ribbing attachment is An explanation of knitting gauge What types of gauges are on knitting machines Understanding of the basic knit stitches I have also included 6 Machine Knitting Patterns. These patterns are for: Fisherman Scalloped Baby Blanket Fisherman's Rib Reversible Cable Stitch A Simple Machine Knit Hat Lace Circular Doily Dish Rag Tuck Stitch Reversible Baby Blanket Cable Baby Blanket Finally, we'll talk about how to complete your piece. Weaving in Ends Blocking Seaming Adding Closures and Other Details As an added BONUS, when you purchase the paperback version on Amazon, you can download the eBook version for FREE! Happy Creating!

Vanessa Keegan s Machine Knitting Book

Author : Vanessa Keegan
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Designing Knitted Textiles

Author : Florence Spurling
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Designing Knitted Textiles guides readers through the fundamental skills of machine knitting, while encouraging them to be creative and experimental. It takes a contemporary approach, exploring the countless possibilities of machine-knitted textiles within multiple fashion contexts. Part 1 offers a practical introduction to the subject, with step-by-steps and detailed information on tools, stitch types, fibres and techniques. Part 2 covers colour, pattern, texture, structure and embellishment, highlighting a range of designs from traditional styles such as Fair Isle to the most intricate lace or unusual 3D effects. Finally, Part 3 delves into the construction elements needed to create garments and accessories.

Hand Manipulated Stitches for Machine Knitters

Author : Susan Guagliumi
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Back in Print! This edition is identical to the original, with corrections and a new cover. One of the longest selling machine knitting books ever - a must for every library!

Principles of Machine Knitting

Author : John Chamberlain
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Machine Knitting

Author : Injoo Kim
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The only beginners machine knitting book to use both text, pictures and CD video clips in such an effective, user-friendly format. This complete basic introduction to the fundamentals of knitting machine operation presents clear step-by-step instructions and diagrams for the methodology and principles used in machine knitting. Coverage ranges from individual techniques to the creation of entire garments, including creating fabric with original patterns, stitch designs and textures.An instructional reference tool for use by beginner machine knitters.

Circular Machine Knitting

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Once you have become familiar with the parts of the basic circular knitting machine and the essential techniques of starting a web, adjusting stitch size, and reversing; you will probably have many questions about yarns, sizes, patterns, and the capabilities of the ribbing attachment. Explore this advanced theory for circular sock machine (CSM) knitting so that you can work beyond the basics, creating socks that fit your unique needs.

Machine Knitting

Author : Kathleen Kinder
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With the increasing popularity of lightweight knitwear, the technique of lace stitch has come into its own. This book shows readers how to exploit the lace setting on their knitting machines, and includes patterns and punch cards for designs. A brief history of lace techniques, technical information, 74 lace patterns and punch cards for collars, babywear, shawls and garments are included as well as a guide to using lace stitch in garments and as a form of decoration. Care instructions are given for seven garments, presented in the economic Japanese style.

Knitting Machine Patterns on Diagrams done by Bertha Kok

Author : Bertha Kok
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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.

Fundamentals and Advances in Knitting Technology

Author : Sadhan Chandra Ray
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This book looks at the history of knitting and how the process has evolved to the present. Chapters discuss the principles involved in different types of knitting machines and the different types of loops and knitted structures. The author also examines the science and quality aspects of knitting, calculations related to knitting and the mechanics of knitting.

Knitting with Wire

Author : Nancie M. Wiseman
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Covering the basics of wire knitting, this manual presents a range of 30 innovative and beautiful projects, from simple to more complex, with clear directions and illustrations. Appealing to knitters, beadworkers, wireworkers, and jewelry makers, the guide offers a complete description of tools and techniques, embellishing with beads, and making finishes for the project. A history of this unusual technique is also explored, along with tips for independent projects.