Created by: emraldeyz
Project

Car Seat Cover

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cast-on in multiples of 4 plus 1 setup would be like this with x as a needle selected to gather loops and | as plain knit needles. set for hold |x|||x|||x|||x| times three rows set to normal knit back set for hold |||x|||x|||x||| times three rows set for normal knit back repeat until desired length worm-edge trim

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emraldeyz made Car Seat Cover with:

Machine Knitting: Essential Techniques

Online Class

Machine Knitting: Essential Techniques

with Susan Guagliumi

  • Bernat Softee Baby Made on KX-350

Project Description

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cast-on in multiples of 4 plus 1 setup would be like this with x as a needle selected to gather loops and | as plain knit needles. set for hold |x|||x|||x|||x| times three rows set to normal knit back set for hold |||x|||x|||x||| times three rows set for normal knit back repeat until desired length worm-edge trim

Q&A with emraldeyz

jff724343 asked:
is this pattern in the class projects and how many stitches on the machine did you use?
emraldeyz answered:
No, it isn't a project in the class materials. I used 126 needles. If you are on Ravelry my name there is emraldeyz there as well. You can check out my notes and PM me for more info.
abwdds1270075 asked:
Simply lovely! Is that a tuck stitch you did? The edging makes it extra special; great design element!
emraldeyz answered:
Thank you.
claus.saldivar asked:
?was it knitted on lk 150 silvr reed machine?
emraldeyz answered:
No, this was made on a Brother KX-350. It is a very similar machine but has a needle spacing of 7mm instead of 6.5mm and only 130 needles instead of 150.