Can any of your readers help with locating one, or, even if they know of the existance of one.
Starting back with machine knitting after a break for 20-odd years – seems more difficult to get yarn on cone that it used to (or is it me????) and the price has certainly shot up!
Any suggestions on suppliers?
I have returned to machine knitting after a break and knitted two jumpers with acrylic 4-ply yarn at tension 6 or 7 I think. After only one wearing, both jumpers badly bobbled and consequently I won’t wear them again as they look so awful. I know acrylics do this to a greater or lesser extent, but it seems such a waste of time and effort only for the finished product to end up in the bin. As acrylic yarn seem to be the mainstay of knitting, do others have this problem or is it just me – and can it be overcome?
Thanks, Polly Doodle
I think someone posted a way of knitting punch lace on a Brother using full needle rib. She had used the plating feeder to take the second yarn (equal to the contrast) and knitted on the punch lace setting. Can we do this on a Knitmaster?
Some years ago there was a pattern in your magazine for a Christmas stocking big enough for presents to be put it. I have lost this pattern and wonder if anyone has a copy as I would like to knit it for my Spanish neighbour. We are trying to introduce her to English Christmas customs. I have a Brother standard gauge machine.
Thanks, Eve Young
I’m desperately seeking willing knitters to produce jumpers for a Christmas promotion I hope to arrange. Ideally, they should live in the Warwickshire and West Midlands area.
I need approximately 10 jumpers in various sizes, using one design that I’ve created. Please get in touch if you can you help.
Thanks, Lucy Boyes
Can anybody help locate these patterns or does anybody know what back issues I would find them in? Thank you for reading this.
Please could anyone tell me where I may get the full size plastic sheets for my Brother 116 Knit Leader? I have acquired this accessory with two sheets, but they are unworkable.
Just reading my machine knitting monthly. Seen a pattern book called KNITIVITY. Try www.searchpress.com