Addi Express Knitting Machine Tutorials

How to Make Flat Panels on an Addi Knitting Machine

How to make flat panels on your Addi Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make Flat Circles on an Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine

How to Make Flat Circles on an Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make Large Flat Circles on an Addi Express Kingsize Knitting Machine

How to Make Large Flat Circles on an Addi Express Kingsize Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Flat Half-Circle on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit Roses on your Addi Pro Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make the Popsicle Tote Bag on your Addi King Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Work Increases at the Edges of a Flat Panel on your Addi Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Work Decreases at the Edges of a Flat Panel on your Addi Knitting Machine

 

 

Do I Really Need a Special Table for my Addi?

 

 

How to Use Yarn your Addi Doesn’t Like without Dropped, Split, or Tucked Stitches

 


How to Make an Infinity Scarf – Addi King Knitting Machine
How to Make an Infinity Scarf on your Addi King Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Two Color Braided Infinity Scarf on your Addi Pro Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit a Basic Hat on your Addi King Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit an Earwarmer Headband on your Addi King Knitting MachineLearn to knit an Earwarmer Headband on your Addi King Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Panda Earwarmer on your Addi Knitting Machines

 

 

How to Knit Socks on your Addi Pro with NO Short Rows, Afterthought Heel, or Hand Knitting

 

 

How to Knit a Reversible Hat on your Addi King Knitting Machine in 30 Minutes or Less

 

 

How to Knit a Flat Scarf on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit Mittens on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit a Cowl Neck Sweater Vest on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Knit Ribbing on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to use a LACE JOIN to Seam Flat Panels made on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Super Scarf on your Addi King Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Work Afterthought Fair Isle (Duplicate Stitch) on your Knitting

 

 

How to Make Balls on Addi Knitting Machinesaddi balls

 

 

How to do a Provisional Cast On on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Seamlessly Graft Flat Panels made on your Addi Knitting MachinesGrafting Flat Panels made on Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Seamlessly Graft Tubes made on your Addi Knitting MachinesHow to Seamlessly Graft Tubes made on Addi Knitting Machines

 

 

Knit a Snowman on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

 

 

Knit a Bun Maker on your Addi Pro Knitting Machine in 10 MinutesKnit a Bun Maker on Your Addi Pro Knitting Machine in 10 Minutes

 

 

How to Make a Knitted Bow on your Addi Pro Knitting MachineHow to Make a Knitted Bow on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Tablet Sleeve on an Addi Express Kingsize Knitting MachineHow to make a Tablet Sleeve - Addi Kingsize Knitting Machine

 

 

How to Make a Cell Phone Wristlet on an Addi Express Professional Knitting MachineCell Phone Wristlet - Addi Knitting Machine Tutorial

 

 

How to Make a Cup Cozy on your Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine

 

 

Hexagon Flower Afghan

 

 

Windmill AfghanAddi Express Knitting Machine Tutorial - Windmill Afghan

2 Comments

  • Paul Kimball

    I have the addi express, how can I knit one row and purl one row after the other so to make a panel that doesnt curl

    • Yay for Yarn

      Hello! Thank you for your question. Because the Addi always knits into stitches from the right side, it always makes stockinette stitch fabric. If you knit one row and purl the next, knit one row and purl the next, etc, you will create garter stitch. This does not curl, but making a purl stitch requires hand-manipulating the stitch. It is possible to manipulate all the stitches in the row, but it is more time-consuming than regular stockinette. I don’t have a video on how to do that yet, but I will add that to my list of possible future videos. Ribbing (which alternates knit and purl columns instead of knit and purl rows) does not curl, and is a bit easier to do. Here is a video on how to work ribbing on the Addi Knitting Machine. You can also substitute a tube instead of a panel in your project. You would knit a tube, but lay it flat and treat it like a flat panel. It is like a double-sided flat panel, and looks just as good from the wrong side as it does from the right side. Here is a video on making a flat scarf from a tube, and here is a video on seaming flat tubes together to create a wider flat tube. Hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any more questions!

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