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WORK IN PROGRESS

AYAB
Revisiting Ayab_multiple colors per row DBJ 2 1/21
Drop stitch lace using Ayab software 2/ HOP  2/20
Revisiting Ayab_multiple colors per row DBJ  1/20
Ayab: short rows automated with slipstitch  5/18
Revisiting knitting with 2 carriages single bed, 910 vs Ayab so far  4/18
A Brother 910/ Ayab diary/ EMS kit 3/18
Quilting using Ayab software 2/18
Drop stitch lace using Ayab software  1/18
Lace punchcards meet Ayab 1/18

CABLES
Some cables to try, hand knit 1/15
A hand knit stitch tale 2: a bit of cables and lace, charting, hk to mk 7/14
A hand knit stitch tale 2: a bit of cables and lace, charting, hk to mk  7/14
Chain cable HK experiment  1/13
Machine knitting cables: single bed, 1 12/14
Machine knitting cables: single bed, introducing the ribber 1/15
Some “real” cables on KM 1/12
Hand to machine, symbols 4: cables 2/13
A simple braided cable (and card) 1/12
Machine knit cables: using patterning as a guide to transfers 2/15
Using punchcards to track cables and twists in pattern 2 12/11
Using punchcards to track small cables in pattern (1)  1/12
Holding and “cables”  12/11
Pretend/ mock cables 4: revisiting i cords 1/13
Pretend/ mock cables 3  7/18
Pretend/ mock cables 2  1/14
Pretend/ mock cables 1: i-cords, holding 1/12
A few i-cords and more to try 1/12
Cables with lace transfers  12/11
Cables in color  2/15
Visualizing knit cables in color_ Excel  1/15
Knit charting in Mac Yosemite; visualizing knit cables  11/14

CASTING ON, BINDING OFF
Ribber cast ons: breaking the “rules”  12/19
Ribber cast on comb/ open stitch single bed cast on 2/17
Casting on, double bed  5/19
Casting on, binding off single bed  5/19
Picot cast on for every needle rib  11/15
Racked ribber cast on and rib configuration tips  11/15
Transitions in ribbing from EON to FNR fabrics  11/15

COLOR REDUCTIONS AND DITHERING 
Online Pattern generators, hacks, free KM manuals, and more
Atkinson dither github (free) 7/13
GIMP color reductions for 2 color “portraits”  6/13
Color reduction/conversions, Mac Os  3/13
COLOR SEPARATIONS
Color separations for knits: Mac Numbers (3), some Excel  11/13
Charting knits using Mac Numbers: color separations 2  5/18  quilting mosaics dbj
Charting knits using Mac Numbers: color separations 1  10/13
SPECIALTY FABRICS COLOR SEPARATIONS: SEE
Brioche in Pattern
DBJ
Drop stitch lace
Lace single bed 
Mosaics and mazes 

DBJ 
More on Brother DBJ, including KR 260 bulky KM options  4/19
A  return to Brother ribber and DBJ settings 11/17 
A simple shape, an exercise in DBJ, Brother KM 4/15
DBJ test pattern and settings PDF
DBJ punching cards PDF 4/13
Double jacquard using  punchcard machines  3/18 downloadable docs 
Electronics
Revisiting Ayab_multiple colors per row DBJ 1/20
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP, and DBJ 6/19
Img2track_multiple colors per row dbj, each color knitting only once 1/21
DBJ: more than 2 colors per row 1  12/19
DBJ: more than 2 colors per row 2   img2track 12/19
Two-color dbj, nonrepetitive images, electronic kms. 9/18
Double jacquard separations 4_ making them “work” 6/13
Double jacquard 3/ single bed multi-color slip 5/13 
Double jacquard 2 4/13
Double jacquard 1 4/13
Backing 
Reversible DBJ, Brother knitting machines   9/18
Ladderback double jacquard: backing variations 2/18
Quilting on the Brother KM 2, solid color back DBJ  5/13
Vertical striper backing 5/13

 

CROCHET
Illusion DIY patterns in crochet  3/17
On my crochet hook  8/12
Return to circles, knit and crochet “pies” 1  2/17
Machine knit fringes 2/ pretend hairpin lace 10/19
”Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: tuck lace trims or fabrics 3  12/17
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: tuck lace trims or fabrics 2  6/17
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: tuck lace trims and fabrics 1  6/17
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: working with short rows 6/17
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: working with “chains”  6/17
MK ladders, and a bit of crochet  12/16

 

 

CROSS BRAND INFORMATION
Some studio electronic patterns translated for use on Brother KMs 8/20
Translating Passap model book pattern/use on Brother 1 8/19
Brother/Passap: traveling between brands  11/18
Taking knitting machines apart: online resources 3/18
Punch cards to electronics: book symbols and samples 12/17
Brother KMs: punchcards and their use  9/15
More low tech: punchcard blanks  12/11
Japanese punchcard motifs used in Passap E 6000 machines  4/11
Studio mylar use on brother machines 2  8/13
Using Studio mylar sheets on brother KMs 1  8/12
So many machines…lace punchcard knitting  4/11
Revisiting the use of lace patterns Studio vs Brother machines 2/19
Studio transfer lace knit on Brother 910 3/14
Studio multi transfer lace punchcard use on Brother punchcard machines  3/15
Studio simple lace on Brother electronics  9/13
Studio simple lace punchcards used on Brother  3/13
Lace punchcards_use on the Brother 260 Bulky 5/11

 

 

GIMP, NUMBERS, EXCEL
Gimp to create text for knitting 1/21 
Creating knit graph paper on mac, using Excel and Numbers 3/14
GIMP update for Mac 10/19
Revisiting GIMP in knit design 1/18
Numbers and GIMP: online punchcard patterns to electronics  12/20
Numbers to GIMP to create images for electronic download 7/18
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, Gimp 3 1/21
Mosaics, mazes, and DBJ charting meet Numbers, GIMP 2  10/20
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP, and DBJ  6/19
A lace mesh series: GIMP, superimposing, Brother 910  8/17
A complex published transfer lace to electronic repeat for download/ GIMP editing 7/18
A lace mesh series: using GIMP  8/17
Charting knits using Mac Numbers: color separations 2  3/18
Charting knits using Mac Numbers: color separations 1  10/13
More GIMP charting 3 6/13
Charting knits using Mac Numbers 2  5/18
Charting knits using Mac Numbers program 1  10/13
GIMP color reductions for 2 color “portraits” 6/13
More GIMP charting 3 6/13
GIMP software 2 6/13
GIMP software 1 6/13
Visualizing knit cables in color_ Excel 1/15
Charting knits in Excel. online resources 10/13

KNITTING MACHINE INFORMATION
Machine models and accessories reference charts
Knitting machine history and information, Silver Reed +  11/20
Daisyknits  Brother compatibility charts and history  10/20
ACCESSORIES 
Color changers, single and double bed 
Some notes on machine knitting color changers  1/14
Knit Leader
Using the Brother knitleader: some tips 12/13
Knitting gauge swatches   2/18
“HACKS”/ADAPTATIONS
Brother 260 bulky
More on Brother DBJ, including KR 260 bulky KM options  4/19
Lace punchcards_use on the Brother 260 Bulky 5/11
Knitting with multiple carriages
Knitting in pattern with 2 carriages vs color changer, Brother punchcard KMs 2 5/17
Knitting in pattern with 2 carriages, Brother punchcard KMs 1
Revisiting knitting with 2 carriages single bed, 910 vs Ayab so far 4/18
Knitting with 2 carriages  3/11
Geometric shapes on ribber fabrics with tuck stitches 2; knitting with 4 carriages  3/19
Ribber fabrics produced with 2 knit carriages selecting needles  4/18
Adding Magnets
Thread lace and punchcard knit carriage use on Brother 910_1  12/15
Lace edgings on Brother machines- automated with slip stitch 2  7/20
Maintenance and repairs
Racking handle mechanical problem and repair  9/19
Taking a machine apart   3/18
Plaiting feeders 
A quick review of plaiting on Brother machines  8/20
Thread lace and punchcard knit carriage use on Brother 910_1  12/15
Sinker plates 
Not all parts are created equal: sinker plates  5/13
RIBBERS
Adjustments, arms
Ribber arms/ sinker plates  9/18
Ribber adjustments   1/15
Ribber fabrics produced with 2 knit carriages selecting needles 4/18  
Cast on comb
Ribber cast on comb/ open stitch single bed cast on 2/17
Japanese KMs, alignment, and symbols 1  1/15
Racking handle 
Racking mechanical problem and repair 9/19
Stitch dropping tools
Brother KMs “pile knitting”/ ribber stitch dropping tools 6/15
Knit bubbles and “stitch ditchers/dumpers” 9/12

KNITTING SYMBOLS
Symbols to punchcard 1 2/13
Hand to machine symbols 5: lace 7/13
Hand to machine, symbols 4: cables2/13
Hand to machine, symbols 32/13
Hand to machine, symbols 21/13
Hand to machine knitting symbols 11/13
Some English machine knitting abbreviations
A hand knit to machine knit slip stitch 5/20
Tuck and garter stitch: from hand knit to machine knit 12/15
Knit terms: translations 2/12

LACE
Equipment
Lace point cams on Brother machines 10/17
From hand-knit and electronic charts to  punchcards
From hand-knit lace chart to punchcard 1  7/13
From hand-knit lace chart to punchcard 2 7/13
From lace chart to punchcard 3: adding stripes 7/13
From lace chart to punchcard 4: a border tale 7/13
From lace chart to punchcard 5 to electronic 7/13
From lace chart to punchcard 6, to electronic  8/13
Lace punchcards_use on the Brother 260 Bulky  5/11
From electronic repeat to punchcard  4/11
Electronics
Punch cards to electronics: book symbols and samples  12/17
Lace punchcards meet Ayab 1/18
A complex published transfer lace to electronic repeat for download/ GIMP editing 2/19
also see Lace meets slip and hold,  goes around, edgings and ruffles
Cross brand lace patterning 
So many machines…lace punchcard knitting  4/11
Revisiting the use of lace patterns Studio vs Brother machines 2/19
Studio transfer lace knit on Brother 910 3/14
Studio multi transfer lace punchcard use on Brother punchcard machines  3/15
Studio simple lace on Brother electronics  9/13
Studio simple lace punchcards used on Brother  3/13
Lace punchcards_use on the Brother 260 Bulky 5/11
Lace meets slip and hold,  goes around, and ruffles 
Automated shapes across rows of knitting using slip stitch only  10/20
From automated lace edging pattern to doilies and ruffles  7/20
Lace edgings on Brother machines- automated with slip stitch 2 7/20
Lace edgings on Brother machines- automated with slip stitch 3/18
Doilies: Lace meets hold and goes round  3/11
The “doilies”_swatches  3/11
Lace meshes 
A lace mesh series: using GIMP  8/17
A bit of seasonal lace mesh_charted_Intwined 11/13 star shape
Lace mesh motif charting_ Mac Numbers_ a touch of Excel 12/13
To mesh or not to mesh 1  5/11
To mesh or not to mesh 2  5/11
To mesh or not to mesh 3  5/11
To mesh or not to mesh 4 5/11
To mesh or not to mesh 5 7/17
To mesh or not to mesh 6: chevrons 6/20
Lace knitting tips, to mesh or not to mesh 7  7/20
Unconventional uses for punchcards 2: thread lace cards for “filet” mesh  8/17
A lace mesh series: GIMP, superimposing, Brother 910 8/17
Hand-knit lace to KM: combining different meshes, alternative methods 3/14
Large eyelet lace
Revisiting large eyelet lace, hand transferred (or not) 7/20
Large scale mesh, breaking the rules  4/11
Large diagonal eyelet lace  6/12
Lace in every needle rib
Unconventional uses for punchcards 3: lace in rib
Patterned 2 color ribbed brioche on Brother machines 2 3/19
Lace transfers meet fisherman rib in 2 colors on Brother KM 1 1/19
Lace motifs- also see mesh posts
A lace quest  11/20
A block lace pattern on the KM 1
A block lace pattern on KM 2 (electronic LC, HT) 6/15
A block lace pattern on KM 3 (punchcard, LC, HT) 6/15
Zig Zag ladder lace 1: on the knitting machine 5/15
Zig Zag ladder lace 2: hand knit  5/15
Machine knit “dragon scales” update  3/15
A swatch experiment  scales 1/15
Single bed scales made with stitch transfers 6/20
A lace “shell” want to be, a few ways 4/14
A new “leaf” lace 4/17
Ladders with lace, (leaf) “making things work” 2 3/15
Back to leaf lace, add rib, and take it to the Passap 3/12
More on those slanting lace leaves 2/12
Getting there leaf 3/12
Ladders with lace, (leaf) “making things work” 1 3/15
Ladders with lace, (leaf) “making things work” 2  3/15
Color striping 
Striping in lace fabrics 1   3/14
From lace chart to punchcard 3: adding stripes 7/13
Combined with other stitch types
Lace with tuck stitch

Lace meets tuck on Brother machines 12/20
Large diagonal eyelet lace 6/12
Combining tuck stitches with lace 1 3/15
Lace with weaving
Lace meets weaving on Brother Machines 2 12/20
Lace meets weaving on Brother Machines 11/20
Ladder Lace
Ladders with lace, (leaf) “making things work” 1 3/15
Ladders with lace, (leaf) “making things work” 2 3/15
Ladder lace8/13
Ladders and Lace8/13
MK ladders, and a bit of crochet12/16
Openwork created with slits, long stitches, and loops
Machine knit fringes 2/ pretend hairpin lace10/19
Single bed slits aka horizontal “buttonholes”11/16
Buttonholes” and “make many – increase” “lace”5/15
Long stitches meet transfer lace   ribber11/19
Some long stitch/loop swatches/ single bed 8/12
Long stitches on KM (single bed) 8/12
Broomstick lace on the knitting machine 5/15
A hand-knit stitch tale 2: cables and lace charting, HK to MK 7/14
Pleats 
Pleats created with lace transfers 8/17
“Lace” tuck stitch with NOOW
Tuck “lace” trims (and fabrics 1) 6/17
Tuck “lace” trims (and fabrics 2)6/17
Tuck “lace” trims or fabrics 312/17
Automating tuck stitches combined with “lace” 2 6/17
Combining tuck stitches with “lace” 1 3/15

Thread “Lace”
Tuck stitch meets thread lace repeats and vice versa  2/19
Unconventional uses for punchcards 2: thread lace cards for “filet” mesh  8/17
Thread Lace on Brother KM  11/16
Thread lace and punchcard knit carriage use on Brother 910_1  12/15
Thread lace and punchcard knit carriage use on Brother 910_2   ribber  12/15
Openwork using the ribber
Drop stitch lace 

Revisiting drop/release stitch lace 1  11/17
Drop stitch lace using Ayab software 1/18
Drop stitch lace using Ayab software 2/ HOP 2/20
Geometric shapes in drop stitch lace 3, end release  6/15
Geometric shapes in drop stitch lace 2, Brother KM  6/15
Geometric shapes in drop stitch lace 1, Brother KM  6/15
Drop stitch lace, 2 colors per row, Passap KM 10/13
Drop stitch lace, 2 colors per row, Japanese machines  10/13
Working out the kinks in my drop stitch lace saga  9/12
Revisiting knit “bubbles” brother KM 10/17
A bubbles cousin 9/13
More knit bubbles  9/13
Knit bubbles and “stitch ditchers/dumpers”  9/12
Brioche/tuck with transfers
Lace transfers meet fisherman rib, 2 color ribbed brioche on Brother machines 2 3/19
Lace transfers meet fisherman rib in 2 colors on Brother KM 1 1/19
Hand-knit
A hand-knit stitch tale 2: a bit of cables and lace, charting, HK to MK 7/14
A swatch experiment  1/15 Dragon scales
“Camino” bubbles, hand-knit 10/17
“Buttonholes” and “make many – increase” “lace”  5/15
My HK leaf scarf chart download 3/12
HK leaf and lace symbols  2/12
Back to lace   2/12 hand-knit leaf
Victorian Lace 8/12 online reference
My lace journey
A shawl tale 2 4/17
A lacework in progress  5/15
My newest lace patterns  7/12
The joys of lace on the KM  3/12
Back to knitting and lace   7/11
Blocking boards: making your own 3/11
Look Ma, missing holes! A saga begins…  4/1
So many ways to add to my grey hair 7/11
Lace crankiness: some tips  3/11
On the blocking board 2/11
In progress 2/11
Beginnings 2/11
New directions 2/11
A “figlet” moment 3/11

 

MOSAICS AND MAZES
Mosaic and mazes inspiration from additional sources  11/20
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP, and DBJ   6/19
Mosaics and mazes: drawing motifs   5/13
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, Gimp 3 1/21
Mosaics, mazes, and DBJ charting meet Numbers, GIMP 2  10/20
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP, and DBJ 6/19
Mosaics and mazes from design to pattern   10/12
Mosaics and mazes from “FI” “universal” patterns  10/12
Mosaics and mazes: knitting on the machines  9/12
Mosaics and mazes: Hand Knitting  9/12
Working with generated mazes: GIMP charting 2  10/15
Working with generated mazes: GIMP charting 1  10/15

RIBBER FABRICS
Brioche/tuck with transfers
Patterned 2 color ribbed brioche on Brother machines 2 3/19
Lace transfers meet fisherman rib in 2 colors on Brother KM 3/19

Pile knitting aka carpet stitch
Pile knitting on Passap and Brother KMs 3 1/20
Pile knitting on Passap and Brother KMs 2  7/15
Pile knitting on Passap, Brother, and Studio KMs 1 7/15
Pile knitting on multiple brands   2/15
Brother KMs “pile knitting”/ ribber stitch dropping tools 6/15
Quilting
Quilting on the Brother KM 2, solid color back DBJ  5/13
References for double bed single color fabrics with pockets  12/19
Quilting using Ayab software  2/18 
Revisiting machine knit “quilting” 2/18
Quilting on the knitting machine 1 single bed 5/13
Quilting on the Brother KM 2, solid color back DBJ 5/13
Reversible DBJ
Reversible DBJ, Brother knitting machines 9/18
RACKING
Double bed embossed patterns 5/21
Origami-inspired 2: more pleats and folds using ribber  3/21
Racking on EON rib: some considerations  11/19
Racking mechanical handle repair saga  9/19
Racked patterns 5: Passap/Brother 2 9/19
More dragon scales and chevrons in ribbed, racked (4) fabrics  7/19
Racking: Passap/Brother 3  9/19
More dragon scales and chevrons in ribbed, racked (4) fabrics 7/18
Ribber fabrics produced with 2 knit carriages selecting needles  4/18
Combining  knit carriage needle selection with racking 12/17
Vertical racking 3: automating half fisherman in pattern (2) 2/16
Racking 2: vertical chevrons/ herringbone + 1/16
Ribber pitch, a bit on racking 1:  chevrons/ horizontal herringbone  1/16
Unconventional uses for punchcards 1: tracking racking positions in ribbed fabric 11/15
Racked ribber cast on  11/15

Tubular Fair Isle
Tubular machine knit fabrics: fair isle, Brother/Passap  11/17

SHORT ROWS AND HOLDING
“wisteria” cousin revisited (“holding” using slip stitch)  2/14
“Wisteria” cousin2 aka “fern leaf”, hand tech 2/14
“Wisteria” meets hems  7/19
“Wisteria” 2  2/12
Pretend/ mock cables 1: i-cords, holding  1/12
Holding and “cables” 12/11
Horizontal “cable”  2/12
Machine knit leaves automated with slip stitch 6/20
A return to short row shapings: bumps and slits meet entrelac  8/19
A return to short row shapings: bumps and slits  8/19
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: working with short rows 6/17
Garter bar/ short row trim  2/13
Back to that pie: a bit of holding  6/11
Knitting math and pies 6/11
Return to circles, knit “pies”, miters and spirals 4  3/17
Return to circles, knit “pies” 3  3/17
Return to circles, knit “pies” 2 (round yokes and more)  3/17
Return to circles, knit and crochet “pies” 1  2/17
Return to circles, knit “pies” 2 (round yokes and more)  3/17
Revisiting miters, spirals, going square, round, and more  2/16
Return to circles, knit “pies”, miters and spirals 4  3/17
Miters and spirals: visualizing, charting (and more) 3  7/14
Miters and spirals: visualizing, charting (and more) 2  7/14
Miters and spirals: visualizing, charting (and more) 1  7/14
Short rows_ balls, tams, 3D rounds  12/13
A tale of 2 donuts  9/15
Knit topological shapes  4/13
A bit of holding 5: intarsia and more 2  8/16
A bit of holding 4: intarsia and more  7/16
A bit of holding 3: shape variations and more  7/16
A bit of holding 2 / moving shapes around  6/16
A bit of holding 1 6/16
Ayab: short rows automated with slip stitch  5/18
Holding/short rows: hand tech to chart to automating with slip stitch 1  2/14
Automated shapes across rows of knitting using slip stitch only  10/20
Charting shapes for automating short row knitting and programming 3/16
Entrelac pretender 3  4/13
Entrelac pretender 2  2/13
An entrelac pretender  2/13
Lace knitting tips, to mesh or not to mesh 7  7/20
From automated lace edging pattern to doilies and ruffles  10/20
Lace edgings on Brother machines- automated with slip stitch  7/20
Lace edgings on Brother machines- automated with slip stitch 2
Doilies: Lace meets hold and goes round  3/11
The “doilies”_swatches  3/11
Pleats: automating “pleating”, single bed  1/13
Revisiting automated shell shapes  3/20
“Automated” shell shapes  2/13
Thinking of modules: a shell “diary”  2/13
A shawl tale 2  4/17
Taking it to a garment: 3b  7/11
Taking it to a garment: 3a  6/11
Taking it to a garment 2: donuts  6/11
Taking it to a garment 1; circles  6/11
More circles from squares   10/13
Back to circles from squares   7/13
Approaching “circular knits” on the machine: a series  6/11
Knitting in pattern with 2 carriages vs color changer, Brother punchcard KMs 2  5/17

TUCK STITCH, SINGLE AND DOUBLE BED
Single bed tuck and slip stitch fabrics 1
Single bed tuck and slip stitch fabrics 2: adding color
Single bed tuck/ mostly slip stitch fabrics 3

Tuck stitch/ combination fabrics
Combining tuck stitches with lace 1
Combining tuck stitches with lace 2 (automating them)
Lace meets tuck on Brother Machines
Large scale mesh, a punchcard repeat adapted for electronic
Large scale mesh, breaking rules
Tuck and garter stitch: from hand knit to machine knit hand tech pattern
Slip/ tuck stitch experiments
Tuck stitch meets thread lace repeats and vice versa

Mosaics and mazes: drawing motifs
Mosaics and mazes: machine knits_ from design to pattern
Mosaics and mazes from “FI” “universal” patterns
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP, and DBJ
Mosaics, mazes, and DBJ charting meet Numbers, GIMP 2
Mosaics and mazes charting meet Numbers, GIMP 3
Mosaic and maze inspiration from additional sources

“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: tuck lace trims and fabrics 1
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: tuck lace trims or fabrics 2
“Crochet” meets machine knitting techniques: working with short rows
Tuck lace trims and fabrics 2
Tuck lace trims and fabrics 3?Tuck trims 4 and other edgings

A collection of fringes 1
Machine knit fringes 2/ pretend hairpin lace
Pretend_ mock cables 3
Origami folds inspired pleats 1
Pleats: automating “pleating”, single bed

Visualizing maze or mosaic potential from tuck or slip stitch repeats
When more than one stitch tucks

Tuck and slip color striping
A quick review of plaiting on Brother machines
Punch cards to electronics: book symbols and samples

Knitting in pattern with 2 carriages, Brother punchcard KMs 1
Knitting in pattern with 2 carriages vs color changer, Brother punchcard KMs 2

Symbols to punchcard 1
Hand to machine, symbols 2

Fisherman_ English tuck stitch rib 1_ checks patterns_ Brother, Passap
Twisted headband meet fisherman rib, seaming, variation ideas
Ribber fabrics with main bed tuck patterning 1/ pick rib
Geometric shapes on ribber fabrics with tuck stitches 1
Geometric shapes on ribber fabrics with tuck stitches 2; knitting with 4 carriages
2 color ribbed brioche stitch on Brother knitting machine 1

Interlock explorations 1
Interlock explorations 2; adding needles out of work

Carpet or pile stitch knitting on Passap and Brother KMs 1
Carpet or pile stitch knitting on Passap and Brother KMs 2
Pile_carpet stitch knitting on Passap and Brother KMs 3

More “circles from squares”

Ribber pitch, a bit on racking 1: chevrons/ horizontal herringbone
Racking 2: vertical chevrons/ herringbone +Vertical racking 3: automating half fisherman in pattern (2)Racked patterns 5: Passap/Brother 2
More dragon scales and chevrons in ribbed, racked (4) fabrics
Ribber trims/edgings 1
Ribber trims 2
Ribber trims 3: one trim, four variations

A bit of fair isle: same pattern also used in tuck, Passap KM
Two of the triplets
The latest in collar country

SOCKS
Sock knitting resources and ideas for machine knitting 12/19