We’ve received a few enquiries about registering on the site, so I’ll post the answer here in the hope of making things clearer.
The short answer is you only need an account to buy something from the shop, and you can create an account when you’re checking out (at which time you would be entering all of your details anyway).
If you had an account on the old MKM site, then you can reset your password here or get full instructions here.
You can make comments on posts just by leaving an email address – no account is required.
I hope you enjoy using the new site, and we’ll keep making tweaks to make it more usable for you as time goes on. If you have any more questions about any aspect of the site, ask me here.
If you had an account on the old MKM site, just go to the lost password page, enter your email address and, if it’s in our records, we’ll email you instructions on how to reset it.
If it’s not in our records, you can create a new account during the checkout process. We hope you enjoy using the site but if anything’s not clear, just let us know via the contact page.
At Made we sell many handknitting yarns including Bergere De France and King Cole some of whom are suitable for machine knitters.
We also sell coned yarn and can provide machine knitting tuition by appointment. Our website has just been improved and later on we plan to add more content some of this will be for machine knitters. We are also Silver Reed agents.
Mail order for Machine and Hand Knitting Yarns. Huge selection of Acrylics, Cottons, Linens, Mohairs, Fancies, Metallics, Wools and Elastic. Catalogues available priced at: Machine Knitting Â£5.95. Hand Knitting Â£4.50. Both Â£9.50 UK, Â£17.70 EU, Â£25 Rest of World
Patterns, yarns, knitting machines(new and re-conditioned), repairs, accessories, old manuals
Luxury Cashmere and Cashmere blend yarns by mail order
For machine knitters of all capabilities, my patterns are easy to follow; there really is something for everybody. For any of you non-machine knitters I will knit any of my designs to order. Included in all my knitting patterns are punchcards for both Knitmaster and Brother machines where necessary.
Machine Knitting Monthly is both the UK’s number 1 monthly magazine for machine knitters, and also a website with a shop, directory, events Calendar (Diary Dates), and much more.