This book is a result of many years of experience and provides more information to assist the knitter to produce an attractive and well fitted garments. Many people bought machines but did not persevere with the knitting of garments as they received minimal help and advice from technical sources. This book is to motivate and inspire knitters to produce a well-finished garment. Although the manuals teach how to operate the machine, knitters are often at a loss when it comes to average sizes, styles and measurements. The use of diagrams simplifies the reading of the patterns. One can see at a glance which instructions are required for the garment: The measurements, rows, stitches and also show shaping. Please note that this book is supplementary to the handbook supplied with your machine. Therefore, refer to your own instruction manual, at all times. Although everything was done to avoid mistakes, the writer can't be held responsible for any errors. ac The use of diagrams simplifies the reading of the patterns. One can see at a glance which instructions are required for the relevant garment. ac Sizes are for men and ladies in 10 sizes from 82cm to 127 cm (32a to 50a). Children from 3 months to 12 years, calculations are for 4-ply yarn and 3-ply yarn. ac Crochet No 5, summer boucle and industrial yarns can also adapted be for the machine knitting patterns. Book Content Part One: IntroductionIndex and abbreviationsHow to use the diagram pattern.How to use the diagrams, Raglan diagram. Calculate rows and sts on back panel for long sleeves.Adjusting pattern when row and sts differs from diagram. Taking measurements. Guideline for machine tension. Neater edges. Raglan decreases.Raglan round neck, V-neck. Hint for round neck.Shaping the holding position method. drop shoulder, set-in sleeve and neck shaping. Drop shoulder and Set-in sleeve. Back and neck shaping.Shaping of V-neck. Sleeve of drop shoulder and set-in sleeve.Replacing sts on waste yarn for shoulder seams, ribbing etc. Ensure easy movement of carriage. Cast-off chain method with tappit tool. Joining the shoulder sts of drop shoulder and set-in sleeve on WY (waste yarn).Neck ribbing. Attractive edging for neckV-neck ribbing. Sleeveless pullover. Shaping of qVq neck rib at center front.Hints on yarns. Cardigan. Determine length of button hole band.Lady's skirt.Lady's dress. Lady's dress.Girls' skirts. Semi-picot hem.Girls' dresses.Babies' jacketSewing of knitted garments, with sewing machine, care for knitted garments.Cut and sew with overlockerCut and sew with overlockerCut and sew with overlockerNeck templates .Variations on raglan, drop shoulder and set-in sleeves. Part two: DIAGRAMS PATTERNS Page 4-PLY 1 - 17 Raglan: Men, Ladies and Children 18 - 34 Drop shoulder: Men, Ladies and Children 35 - 51 Set-in sleeve: Men, Ladies and Children 52 - 54 Pullover Men, Ladies and Children Page 3-PLY 55 - 71 Raglan: Men, Ladies and Children 72 - 88 Drop shoulder: Men, Ladies and Children 89 - 105 Set-in sleeve: Men, Ladies and Children 106 - 108 Pullover Men, Ladies and Children 1) Patterns for Raglan sleeve, drop shoulder, set-in sleeve, round and V-neck sweaters, and long and short sleeve cardigans. 2) Sleeveless pullovers, skirt and dresses for ladies en girls, baby jackets. 3) How to sew garments with an overlocker.Unravel WY when work is finally released from *Sketch from Empisal Knitting Bo ork is finally released from the knitting ... Bring needles to holding position Repeat once more if necessary. s refer to your instruction manual. lding position.
|Title||:||Knitting Machine Patterns on Diagrams done by Bertha Kok|
|Publisher||:||Absolute Sewing - 2014-12-11|