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    Ultimate Pattern Book Pattern Book & Learning to Use yor ULT Machine

    $6.95

    This is two books in one. 45 pages in all

    This the actual printed book, not a pdf.

    The front is the Pattern book with 20 pages:

    Pattern #1 - page 7 Quick Knit Scarf

    • · How to weave a strand of yarn through open stitches.
    • · How to make a tassel.
    • · How to sew a seam.

    Pattern #2 - page 8 Quick Knit Hat

    • · How to use waste yarn.
    • · How to make a pompon.

    Pattern #3 - page 9 Quick Knit Headband

    • · How to knit stripes.

    Pattern #4 - page 9 Baby Blanket

    • · How to do the sew-as-you-go technique.
    • · How to attach fringe.
    • · How to make a side hem.

    Pattern #5 - page 11 Afghan ·

    • How to do the drop-stitch braid joining method for the strips.
    • · How to make a single-crochet edging.

    Pattern #6 - page 12 Pillow

    • · How to sew together seams using your machine.

    Pattern #7 - page 13 Easy Shrug

    • · How to increase and decrease.

    Pattern #8 - page 14 Fair Isle Purse

    • · How to do a knitted-in hem.
    • · How to do Fair Isle designs.
    • · How to make a braided trim.

    Pattern #9 - page 15 Cabled Scarf

    • · How to do a cable in a design.

    Pattern #10 - page 16 Plaid Throw .

    • How to do a drop-stitch weave.

    Pattern #11 - page 17 Family Pullover Adult version ·

    • How to knit sleeves right on to the body of the sweater. ·
    • How to make a k 2, p 1 (2 x 1) ribbing. ·
    • How to make a rolled edge instead of a ribbing. ·
    • How to decrease stitches before knitting the ribbing.

    Pattern #12 - page 19 Family Pullover Child's version ·

    • How to make a k 1, p 1 (1 x 1) ribbing. 

    The second half is a complete How-to on Using the Ultimate Machine, 23 pages:

    Technique          

    How Your Machine Works           

     Getting Started

     Setting Up

     Knitting The First Row

     Knitting The Second Row

     Troubleshooting

     Starting A New Ball Of Yarn

     Using The Tension Bands

     Shaping Your Knitting

     Using The 1-Prong Tool

     Increasing

     Decreasing

     Binding Off

     Removing The Hem

     Ribbing

     Closed-Edge Cast-On

     Fancy Stitches - Overview

     Eyelet Or Lace

     Cables

     Fair Isle

     Intarsia

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  2. Bond Family Collection

    Bond Family Collection

    $5.95

    The Bond Family Collection pattern book contains 10 easy-to-knit designs for the family!

    The designs are written for solids or patterns and contain directions for nearly every size, so you can use your imagination to create your own design on the garments.

    Yarns to use: Canadiana by Spinrite/Bernat; Simply Soft by Caron International; Sayelle by Caron International; Red Heart Soft by Coats & Clark; Wool-Ease by Lion Brand Yarns; or any 3-ply, D.K. weight yarn, or lightweight worsted weight yarn that knits to gauge.

    Can be adapted to be used by mid-gauge knitters such as LK150; KX400; KX350; or Simple 7 knitting machines.

    ALL designs writtens for ALL sizes. Great, simple styles that you will use over and over with many yarns of similar sizes. Learn More
  3. You get both booklets Cover of Volume 1 & 2 Bond Stitch Encyclopedia

    Bond Stitch Encyclopedia Volumes 1 & 2 for Sweater Machines

    $15.95

    Learn: Many types of Cables Many types of Lace Entrelacs Fair Isle Intarsia Short-Row Shaping Weaving Blocking Many types of Ribbing and how to use "Bulky Yarns" with Keyplate 4 & Icelandic type yarns. Some of the techniques are taught by Rosemary Worth (301 Hint & Tips) ; Cheryl Brunette ; Cindy Polfer; and Rosa Postance. Bond says: Much of the material is explained in a new way that hopefully, makes it very easy to understand and use. The goal of this book is to expand your repertoire of knitting techniques thus encouraging the development of creative and proficient knitters. It is my personal belief that knitting is no longer a utilitarian pastime. The craft of knitting should be undertaken for the love of creating beautiful and exciting new things. Just as artists use a paintbrush, your Incredible Sweater Machine/or Elite can be the tool you need to tap into your own creative abilities. I hope the more advanced techniques covered in this book will be a jumping off place for you. Master the techniques and let your imagination soar! - Martha Leopardo The techniques will be different from those featured in the Instruction Book that came with your machine but will use those techniques as a base. It is important you understand those basic techniques before attempting to do the stitches contained in this book. We will try to be as comprehensive as possible in a section, but because there will always be new discoveries on how to do a particular stitch, there will be periodic additions to the basic sections. There may also be some repetition because all authors describe the techniques differently. We thought the repetition would be helpful. -Editor CLICK the Learn More link to see the Table of Contents Learn More
  4. 3 Bond America / Sweater Machine books

    Bond Sweater Machine Pattern Books - 3 different ones

    $6.95

    I ended up with 3 different books that came with the various machines. I only have one of each. They are shelf worn. Thus my loss is your gain. The black & white one has no patterns, but great explanations of cables, lace-making, and more. The second two have 12 different Patterns EACH (yep, that's 24 patterns). Get ALL three for the price of one! Learn More
  5. Afghans, Pillows & Throws knitting patterns Volume 2, Bond, Caron

    Afghans, Pillows & Throws knitting patterns Volume 2, Bond, Caron

    $6.95

    Bond Afghans, Pillows & Throws Volume 2

    Written for the Bond Classic, ISM, and USM but can easily be adapted to all mid-gauge or bulky machines.

    Easy to knit afghans and throws that are stylish and wonderful to use.

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