Machine Knitting Pattern Books
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Instant Aran Sweater
Instant Aran Sweaters: 26 tuck motifs that look like the under-used tuck technique that can produce fabrics that are similar to the hand transferred cables in the fancy sweaters from Ireland. The charts and photos are included.
14 flowers from Anemone to Forget-me-nots and 15 leaves are simple to knit and can be made on any machine. A few of the patterns need punch cards (or they can be hand selected). Most of the flowers don’t need to be pressed and the natural curl of knitting or texture caused by holding and tucking add to the shape and form of the flower.
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Fantasy Flowers 2
Fantasy Flowers 2 - 14 flowers from Hibiscus to Zinnia and 15 leaves are simple to knit and can be made on any machine. A few of the patterns need punch card (or they can be hand selected). Most of the flowers don’t need to be pressed and the natural curl of knitting or texture caused by holding and tucking add to the shape and form of the flower.
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Necklines Made Easy
The one thing that always confuses machine knitters is what to do with the neckline on their garments. There are many options to pick from and the neck treatment can make or break the design of a sweater. This book has 16 different styles that are described and have a schematic to show you how they are done.
This method allows you to give old designs a new life when you ad them to a sideways knit garment. It also gives you the advantage of being able to knit larger garments where the number of needles used equals the length and the rows knit equals the width. This type of knitting sideways allows you to knit most types of garments from vests and sweaters to skirts.
Includes 10 sweaters, from vests knit sideways, woven, cabled and fairisle to sweaters knit using tuck lace, tuck, fairisle with eyelets, and hand weaving. It also includes a string bag pattern for both the bulky and standard machines. Sizes from 30" to 48" finished chest measurements. Brother 930, 940, or IBM (cut, pat, pcx, stc) formats available.
Eight sweater patterns, a vest, and a fairisle coat. Both vertical and horizontal designs can be used in the same sweater. Choose from round necklines, modified V-necks, sideways-knit round necklines, split collars and turtlenecks. All patterns are 24 stitches wide and suitable for all standard machines. Brother 930, 940 or IBM (cut, pat, pcx, stc) formats available.
Nine new sweaters using traditional motifs in non-traditional ways, including a tab-front sweater, cardigans, rolled-edge trims, sideways knit yoke, and a vest. All patterns are for standard machines using wool yarns and are 24-stitch fairisle motifs. Brother 930, 940 or IBM (cut, pat, pcx, stc) formats available.
Northwest Indian Designs
Features 29 border motifs that are 24 stitches wide, 8 motifs in both 60 stitch and larger sizes, and a bear motif in large size only. Brother 940 or IBM (cut, pat, pcx, stc) formats available.
Innovative designs for heavier wool yarns. One vest, three cardigans, four pullovers, and a v-neck sweater using different collars. All patterns are written for both mid-gauge and bulky machines in three sizes. Brother 930, 940, or IBM formats available.
Features 19 motifs that are 24 stitches wide, 3 motifs in larger sizes for the afghan or use of your choice. There are three sweaters with different necklines, a cardigan, a tunic, a vest, and an outerwear jacket with a saddle shoulder. Brother 940 or IBM (cut, pat, pcx, stc) formats available.
Southwest Indian Designs
Ethnic southwest indian designs interpreted in jacquard garments. Included are patterns for four garments that can be either jackets or vests, a Montana Tote Bag, and an afghan. There are 65 motifs that can be used in your own garment designs. Brother 940, or IBM (cut, pat, pcx) formats available.
Latvian Inspirations: 10 New Designs
Sweaters, Vests & Hats with an Eastern Baltic influence.
Vests: Innovative Designs for Electric Machines
Eight vests from 4-color jacquard to bulky and hand-transferred lace to felted wool, both plain and fairisle. Vests are very popular and wonder to wear.
Hats: Innovative Designs for All Knitting Machines
Twelve different hats to get you ready for Fall and Winter. Many styles from Spiral to beret and super long to lace and pillbox. Motifs included.
Hand Transfered Lace for Knitting Machines
Twenty-one different patterns that take you through the steps of reading and understanding hand-transferred lace charts. Charts and photos included.
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