Machine Knitting Essay

581 words - 3 pages

Machine Knitting
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Instructions:

1. See Single E-Wrap with Increase and Decrease for steps 1-13
a. BUT instead of casting onto just 20 right and left of zero, this time you will be casting onto needle 21 left and right of zero also.
2. Set stitch dial back to 6
3. Change the color of yarn from what you used for your waste yarn and knit three rows
4. Place more weights on
5. Partial knit
b. Flip Russels on the carriage to 1
c. On the side that your carriage is on (left side) push needle closest to the carriage to D position
d. Push carriage across to right side
e. Repeat steps 5b-5c for the right side
f. Repeat steps 5b-5c until there are two needles left in the center ...view middle of the document...

DO THIS FOR ALL NEEDLES UNTIL YOU GET TO THE LAST THREE NEEDLES IN D POSITION
7. Now you will have one needle on the right in D position and two on the left in D position or vise versa
8. On the side with one needle in D position push the needle right beside it into D position and on the side with two needle in D position push back to C position
9. Push carriage across
10. Push the two needles left in D position back to C position and push carriage across
11. Knit two rows
12. Knit four rows
13. Work on one side of 0 (the side your carriage is on)
14. On the side your carriage isn’t on push all needles into D position (Needles 0-21)
15. On the side your carriage is on push needle closest to the carriage (needle 21 if carriage is on left side) to D position
16. Push carriage across
i. NOTE: On the side your carriage is on push needle closest to carriage to D position and push carriage across
j. Do this until there are 3 needles left in A position
17. Of the three needles left in A position push the needle closest to the carriage in D position and on the other side of the three needles in A position push 2 needles in back to C position and push carriage across
k. Do this until there are three needles left
l. Repeat steps 7-10
18. Tare yarn
19. Push all needles to D position
20. Push carriage across
21. Now repeat steps 14-17 for the other side (needles 0-21)
22. Flip russels back to 11
23. Knit across all needles three times
24. Tare yarn leaving a long tail
25. Knit a row of ravel cord
26. Knit about 8 rows of waste yarn in the same color you knitting your waste yarn to begin with
27. Cast off
m. See Easy Cast on with Stripe Step 13

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