Hand Knit to Machine Knit – Exploring Elongated Stitches is an eBook that shows you different ways to knit elongated stitches and it takes you through a variety of steps with diverse tools to transform them into something extraordinary. There are 30 main stitch patterns with 14 additional variations for a total of 44 different looks. By experimenting with these stitch patterns, you’ll create something uniquely yours and best of all, these patterns may be knit on any flatbed machine of any gauge, no ribber required.
Some samples of the included stitch patterns.
Seven repeats of one of the stitch patterns is very effective as a border for this sweater.
A stitch pattern is used for the body of a tunic while the sleeves are in stockinette. A scarf has a border at both ends.
A stitch pattern is used for the sleeves of a sweater. Another is used for an infinity scarf.
The step-by-step picture processes with detailed instructions are like watching a video that’s already paused for you.