Automatic knitting mill
Knits perfect stitches in minutes!
Making braided wool cords is easy! Turn the crank and "knit" kilometers of yarn for your DIY projects in knitting, crochet, decoration and customization.
Ideal for knitting woolen words, a thread cover for your portable lamp, bracelets or even to cover a metal hanger!
Cords, borders and appliqués, fringes and ties, knots and braids, handles and straps, it's in your ropes!
For best results, we advise you to opt for a firmly spun yarn knitting with needles ranging from 3 to 3.5 mm like our Colette superwash merino yarn.
Material: plastic and metal
Dimensions: 58 x 110 x 160 mm
How to Use instructions in English and French
Mechanical spool knitter, a ballast weight and a 2 mm metal crochet hook
1- Pull the thread of the ball. Pass it through the lower guide, over the upper guide and down through the tube.
2- Tie the end of the thread then press the weight button to let the end of the thread pass with the knot through the hollow center of the weight. Release the button, your thread is trapped.
3- Turn the handle clockwise until the first needle catches the thread.
4- The weight must always hang down. Continue to turn the handle slowly. Push the thread behind the second needle using the hook.
5- Continue to turn the handle until the third needle catches the thread. Keep turning the handle again, push the thread behind the fourth needle and keep turning the handle until the first needle catches the thread.
6- The mesh must slide under the latch. If it doesn't slip, push the latch using the hook or your finger. Keep turning the handle slowly until all the needles catch the thread. Pull the thread coming out of the bottom of the knitting unit at the start of each round to make sure all stitches are formed. Soon the yarn will start to come out of the bottom of the knitting unit. Shifts the weight if necessary.
7- Cut the thread and turn the handle backwards. The cord goes through the center of the knitting unit. Thread the end of the thread through the eye of a passing needle and pass through the four loose stitches. Greenhouse to close.
TO REMEMBER :
- For starting, trap your wire in 1 out of 2 latch and that on 2 turns of the crank.
- Fine threads knitting in 3-3.5 mm are best suited for knitting. Do not use thicker or too wispy threads as you may damage the tool.
- There should be no tension on the yarn when it is caught in the knitting. The yarn of the ball must be loose. To do this, unwind the thread of your ball in advance.
- Make sure that the weight is not resting on the table, otherwise your knitting will not work correctly. He must ballast throughout the work.
- Turn the handle clockwise. DO NOT turn the handle backwards. You can turn the handle backwards only when the job is finished and you want to bind off your project.