Learn to Make a Buttonhole in your Knitting on your Addi Knitting Machine!
This simple little trick is the easiest, most efficient way to knit stripes into a flat panel on your Addi Knitting Machine, while minimizing the number of ends to weave in.
This little basket gets its woven-look texture from a unique tucking technique, which makes the basket sturdy enough to stand up on its own.
The Popsicle Tote Bag is quick and easy to make, made from four simple rectangles! This extra-large, double-thick bag is great for the beach or for carrying a large knitting or crochet project.
Here’s a simple trick for knitting flawless fabric on your Addi Knitting Machine, even with yarns your machine doesn’t like! This will prevent dropping, skipping, splitting, and tucking stitches and produce an even, consistent knitted fabric.
Learn how to Bind Off Part of a Row on your ! Use this technique when you need to eliminate more than one or two stitches at the begining of a single row, or instead of holding stiches on waste yarn to bind them off later.
Learn to work Increases at the edges of a flat panel on your Addi Express Knitting Machine!
Learn to make Roses on your Addi Express Pro Knitting Machine! These are very quick and easy to make, and can be used to embellish many projects.
Learn to work Decreases at the edges of a flat panel on your Addi Express Knitting Machine! This tutorial demonstrates both left-leaning and right-leaning decreases.
Instead of seaming, join your Addi Knitting Machine flat panels together with a Lace Join! This method is simple and easy, is faster than ordinary seaming, and adds a delicate, feminine touch to your project. The edges of the joined flat panels do not curl when seamed with this method.