Do you have a sweater in mind, but can’t find a machine knitting pattern?

Do you have a sweater in mind that you’d love to knit, but can’t find a pattern?

One of the more common complaints from machine knitters is the lack of updated machine knitting patterns. Face it, we just don’t have as many designer writing for our machines as we once did.

The solution?  DIY!

There is sweater inspiration everywhere you turn, not just from hand knitting patterns.

Watch our newest video “Copy a Ready to Wear Sweater”. In it, we discuss our 3 criteria for considering a RTW design for machine knitting.

Can this sweater be knit on the knitting machine?

  1. Is it possible?
  2. Is it practical?
  3. Are you willing?

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One thought on “Do you have a sweater in mind, but can’t find a machine knitting pattern?

  1. Gerda Nicolaisen

    April 14, 2017 at 3:06am

    Hello from Denmark.
    Anybody here know Ayab Interface ?
    I have bought it to replace a “new brain” in my Brother 940 knittingmashine, because he didn.t understand he.s own brain anymore.
    The Ayab interface is now conectet to the knittingmashine, thats getting files transferes from my laptop.
    The files is made in the progran Paint.net and used in the programe Ayab-windows.
    I should like to hear from your expirience with it.
    I.m just trying to understand how to work with it.
    Best wishes to all mashineknitters and
    Happy easter to you all.
    Gerda
    http://hans-gerda.dk/

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  2. Gerda Nicolaisen

    April 15, 2017 at 7:06am

    There is this group on Facebook, where somebody are using it.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1384431355220966/
    I.m looking for more ecpirience..also using paint.net to create the files.
    I cannot just use Stitschworld and try to make some paterns from there.
    Om Pinterest there are also lots and lots of patterns to find.
    It should be nice if I could find help here in Knititnow to.

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      Knit it Now

      April 17, 2017 at 8:03am

      Gerda,
      Thanks for sharing the facebook group link. I wish I had time to play with this new tech myself.

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