Mistakes happen! Be prepared Getting comfortable with ripping rows is essential for machine knitters. Have you ever been knitting and missed an increase or decrease instruction? Maybe a knot or a yarn slub slipped thru and is showing a few rows back. Time to rip!…

Expand your horizons with your LK-150 knitting machine by using skinny yarn. Use sock yarn on your LK-150? Sure. You might be surprised at the results you can get by using different yarns with your machine. Try Skinny Yarn on your LK-150 Expand your horizons…

What machine knitting patterns do you use? Even though we don’t have many publications dedicated to machine knitting these days, we do have options. Hand knitting patterns, vintage patterns, Knit it Now patterns … which type is best for you? Explore 6 machine knitting pattern…

Is English not your first language? You can now use Google to translate the subtitles in our videos. Select your preferred language just below the video (The entire site will be translated). Click the button “Show Full Transcription” (the subtitles will display, translated by Google…

If you’ve used any vintage hand knitting patterns or books you’ll find them littered with abbreviations: BB, COL, COBH, DBJ, FNR These days we aren’t limited to typewritten pages and patterns and publications can be more clear. But if you are new to machine knitting…

Don’t be overwhelmed by all the pieces and parts of your new-to-you LK-150 knitting machine. Let’s walk through the unboxing and setting up the machine and remove some of the mystery. Whoo Hoo! You have a brand new-to-you LK -150 knitting machine. It is such…