How to Knit I-CORD with the Embellish Knit Machine

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Use the Embellish-Knit machine to make quick and easy I-CORD for your knitted projects!

I used this machine to make I-CORD scarves for my knitted Snowman and my knitted Penguin.

UPDATE: It looks like this particular machine has been discontinued, but here is a machine from another brand that appears to be identical.

What is your favorite way to use knitted I-CORD?
Happy Yarning! 🙂
 

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2 Comments

  • Rebecca Nilsson

    Have you ever used the addi egg? I’ve had the addi king for a while and thought I would expand to new sizes with the addi express and the addi egg but now it is just frustating all the time. I’ve watched all of your addi tutorial videos i think and I’ve tried to follow your steps very carefully but the yarn keeps catching in both my new machines. Please help! Email is best if possible

    • Yay for Yarn

      Hi Rebecca. I don’t have the Addi egg. However, if you are already familiar with the Addi King, the other machines are supposed to be used the same way. Are you using the same types of yarn you would normally use in your Addi King? If so, I don’t know what would cause that to happen. I would suggest contacting the manufacturer, as I am not an expert on troubleshooting machines. I hope this helps!

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