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Thank you on your first order with us and we are excited for your first Knitting Machine experience!
Please join our partnered artists, expert guide in knitting, tapestry and stitching as she teaches you how to make correctly use the knitting machine, cast-on and coast-off the yarn, link multiple skeins and create something unique - Ready to start? Watch our Artist's video tutorial and share your completed work with your friends or families. Or, chance to win gift cards and vouchers if you tag us @clickandcraft on social media!
48 or 40 Needle Knitting Machine
2 Skeins of Main Yarn (or 200g)
1/4 Skein Waste Yarn
Needles & Crochet Hooks
A Pair of Scissors
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No. Any tutorial you buy will be accessible to you always. You can view your tutorial whenever you want
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Few Tips and Tricks 💡
In knitting, some patterns mention the use of waste yarns. So what are these? Waste yarns are the leftover or scrap yarns that are different from the yarns you use for your projects.
You also put stitches on these yarns but they only act as stitch holders. Waste yarns, scrap yarns, and waste knitting are all the same. The waste yarns have the same weight as the working yarn but of a different color.
You use the waste yarn either at the beginning or at the end of your knitting project. You remove this waste yarn once you finish the steps that need it. This scrap yarn is not part of your finished project.