Welcome to the Machine Knitting Wiki
This is a community site to share information about all things machine knitting. Get your machine out from under the bed and get knitting!
This wiki is currently being moved from another site. Hopefully we can expand on it and make it a really useful resource for everyone! Please excuse the mess and broken links, the transfer is a work in progress.
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If you are looking for discussion about machine knitting please join us over on Ravelry - http://www.ravelry.com/groups/machine-knitting . It's free to join. The Ravelry machine knitting forum is an international, friendly and well moderated forum. The members are extremely helpful in all matters relating to machine knitting.
If you require hands-on support to lessons check out our list of Knitting Machine Guilds and Courses.
The history of machine knitting
A history of machine knitting - Framework - Domestic - Passap
The process of machine knitting
There are two methods of machine knitting - warp and weft knitting. Domestic knitting machines are weft knitters, that is, a new row is knitted horizontally, and the knitting produced is identical in structure to handknitting. Warp knitting machines produce a kind of vertical knitting, most often seen in vertically-striped scarves. These machines are only available industrially.
Care and Maintenance
Domestic knitting machine brands
Brand names may differ in your country, due to licencing or historic reasons. If you can't see your machine, check the AKA list first.
Artisan / Creative
Industrial knitting machine brands
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