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.
Knit a Cowl Neck Sweater Vest on your Addi Express Knitting Machine! This garment is custom fit, made from just a few flat panels.
Learn to make a Flat Scarf on your [easyazon_link identifier=”B004HS7T7S” locale=”US” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Addi Express Knitting Machine[/easyazon_link]! These scarves make great gifts, and they are very quick and easy to make.
Free Pattern! This Brioche Cowl is warm, squishy, and airy, knit in 3 colors. This tutorial will teach you to work my Shortcut Brioche stitch in the round. If you can work in the round and work “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing, you can knit this cowl!
Here are 3 ways to use the Knitted Bun Makers I made in my last video.
Learn to make a Bun Maker on your [easyazon_link identifier=”B000XT3OPG” locale=”US” nw=”y” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Addi Pro Knitting Machine[/easyazon_link]! Use a yarn color that is similar to the color of your hair, and make one of these in whatever size you like.
Learn to make an Infinity Scarf on your Addi King Knitting Machine! I have made many of these scarves on my Addi. These scarves make great gifts, and they are very quick and easy to make. I have made scarves on my Addi from worsted, sport, and bulky weight yarns. You can make them any length you like. I like to use ombre or self striping yarn for added visual interest without any extra work. 🙂
The April Afghan will be crocheted from Knit Picks Brava Worsted yarn. Happy Yarning! 🙂
I am making the March afghan from flat circles. Each circle is made on the Addi Express Professional Knitting Machine. When all of the circles are made, they will be sewn together to make the finished afghan. Watch the video below to see how my afghan is coming along! Happy Yarning! 🙂 Disclaimer: This post contains an affiliate link.
I am about halfway done with my February Afghan! Can you guess what it is going to look like? Please comment below with your guesses! Happy Yarning! 🙂