Knitsy - DIY Mini Knitter

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Sewing Tools & Accessory Mini Knitter

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Product Details

Do you love knitting? 

Mini Knitter is a simple and practical mini knitting machine, which is mainly made of durable hard plastic and metal materials. Easy and funny to DIY create the knitting jewelry.

  • original and special design
  • perfect for DIY lovers, knitting easily
  • can be used to knit sweaters, gloves, bracelets, etc.
  • small and portable, do not occupy much space
  • easy to operate, good for beginners
  • simple and practical design

Material: durable hard plastic and metal
Color: Purple
Size: 13.5 cm x 9 cm
Clasp size: 8.2 cm x 1.8 cm

Package includes:
1 x wire winding machine
1 x clasp

Full instructions included, just insert the thread, attach the included weight and turn the crank.

How to use:
1. Pull a few lengths of yarn out of the ball. Thread it through the lower guide, over the upper guide and down through the tube. Attach the clip weight to the end of the yarn. Hold the yarn with your hand so it does not fall through the tube.

2. Turn the handle slowly in the direction of the arrow (where the handle attaches to the machine) until the first needle catches the yarn.

3. Continue turning the handle slowly. Push the yarn behind the second needle using the top of your tapestry needle. Continue turning the handle until the third needle catches the yarn.

4. Continue turning the handle, pushing the yarn behind the fourth needle and continue turning the handle until the first needle catches the yarn again. Be sure the stitch slips down the latch. If it does not slip down on its own, push it below the latch using the top of the tapestry needle to your finger.

5. Continue turning the handle slowly until every needle has caught the yarn. Pull down on the yarn coming out or the bottom of the machine every couple turns at the beginning to make sure all the stitches have been formed. Soon the yarn will start to come out of the bottom of the tube. Move the clip up as needed.