***Machine Knitting and Free Patterns
Artika Designs [offsite link]
On this site you will find my charted design collections for machine knitting, hand knitting and needlework.
Clearwater Knits [offsite link]
Here you will find books by Irene Woods, terms and abbreviations for machine knitting, size and ease charts, and tutorials. There are also several free patterns and a list of knitting machine shops and dealers.
Daisy Knits [offsite link]
Daisy Knits is a haven for all machine knitters with special emphasis on help for the production knitter and quite a few free patterns.
Jenny´s Knit o Matic [offsite link]
This site is dedicated to providing machine knitters with free web based utilities to make machine knitting easier and more creative.
Jo Newton´s Website for Machine Knitters [offsite link]
Ms. Newton is an avid machine knitter and designer. Browse a while to get some idea of the products I have available to Machine Knitters.
Kidoodles [offsite link]
Several free adult and children´s patterns for a variety of machines. No photos.
Knitt Sings [offsite link]
I like to hand knit… machine knit… hand knit… machine knit… Hand knitting brings me calm until the item doesn’t fit. Machine knitting brings me garments unless they’ve fallen off the needles. Hand knit… machine knit…
Liz´s Machine Knitting page [offsite link]
Liz Bivens shares photos of her finished projects and some favorite links.
Machine Knitting Resources [offsite link]
Machine Knit - Your Machine Knitting Resource was born from the MACHKNIT email discussion list. Co-ListMom Terri Hagerty has helped take care of the list since 2001 and started the original website in 1997, shortly after the MACHKNIT list moved to its own server. Since that time we have added patterns, tips, classified ads, a picture gallery, and machine-knit email that is as spam free as it gets
Machine-Knit [offsite link]
A terrific site for all machine enthusiasts. Free patterns, classified listings, links, tips and tricks and more.
Roni Knutson´s Machine Knitting [offsite link]
Information on Studio/Silver Reed/Singer/Knitmaster machines, free patterns and help sheets.
Scan the Cat Machine Knitting [offsite link]
Scan the Cat says, "You don´t need to be an expert to enjoy machine knitting and you don´t need to own all the best design software which is expensive. Machine Knitting should be FUN. Don’t panic... just do it!"
Smoking Needles Machine Knitting [offsite link]
Sewing and machine knitting are my passions. What better way to enjoy both than by combining the two? The three garments pictured below were all made using the same McCalls pattern and Tamm Diamante yarn. Using sewing and machine knitting techniques together is often referred to as "Cut & Sew". Just call me "The Queen of Cut and Sew"
Steph Thornton Crafts [offsite link]
Features numerous Bond and hand knitting patterns, with other craft categories as well.
Susanne Glass´ Machine Knitting Page [offsite link]
Susanne shares several original patterns, including a tea cozy, baby items, a dog sweater and some adult sweaters/accessories. "Machine-knitting is my passion! I was a hand-knitter for many years and in December 1995 got my first knitting machine, a Brother punchcard 836. I was hooked! I now have a ribber, intarsia carriage, lace carriage, knit leader, garter carriage, Brother 260 bulky with ribber, and a Brother 910 electronic."
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