Pocket Knitter Kit

Pocket Knitter Kit


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Spinrite-Pocket Knitter Kit. No knowledge of knitting necessary! Use one or more strands of yarn at the same time, knit strips together to create larger projects and easily shape your knitting! This package contains one 2-1/2x8-3/4x1 inch pocket knitter, one 5 inch long stitch lifter, one instruction book and seven patterns. Imported.
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Pocket Knitter Kit is rated 3.0869565217391304 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Only one problem... I love how easy the pocket knitter is to use. I thought the instructions were easy to understand, but learning some of the more complex stitches was made easier by watching online vids. is wonderful for this. The only disappointment I have is the lack of patterns. I only found a few, and most of them were rectangles that were sewn into purses, no pattern is really required for that. I would like to see some patterns that use increasing and decreasing and sewing together pieces to create a bigger piece like the package says you can. The company should add more PK patterns to their site as well, instead of only focasing on their large knitting machines.
Date published: 2011-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Found video tutorial includes purling I agree instructions are not easy to follow. I found this link to a video that is free and excellent! After watching how to purl, I doubt that I'll care enough to use it! Looks hard and unatural. The instructions show how to give the piece an edge, that looks croceheted, and that should help to eliminate the curled edges. The scarves I've made using the chenile yarns were easy, look great and super easy. I crocheted the egdges and that helped a bit with the curl. After watching the video, I'm ready to try it again to make some squares so I can make baby blankets.
Date published: 2008-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from You Can Drop Stitches Not as well made as the sock loom, by another company, and the instructions are not as good as the sock loom. I have never used a knifty knitter, and never wanted to, because I needle knit very well and needle knitting is so much easier to take with me than the big knifty knitters or the snap together Martha Stewart knitting looms, but this little knitting loom is a fun portable little gadget, at least if you already know how to loom knit. You can drop stitches while you are working a stitch of course. JoAnn prints so much bad information on the website it is ridiculous, but at least they have good sales prices.
Date published: 2011-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Glad I'm not the only one I took this on vacation because I figured I could use it on a plane. It took me 3 days of failed attempts and studying the poor instructions to figure out how to purl, but I finally did. When doing Step 4 in the section on how to reverse a stitch, after scooping up the yarn that is wrapped behind the fin, the original stitch should not only slide down the fin, but it should slide OFF, and the stitch that is on the stitch lifter should be manipulated back onto the fin. This is not easy to do, and it's hard on the fingers. The yarn is hard to slide over the fins, and hard to slide off when you want it to.
Date published: 2007-06-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Need better instructions I just got the Pocket Knitter this week and started using it. It's easy to use, but the finished work is not as long as what you cast on the knitter. I just wanted to make a 7 x 9 inch rectangle, and although I cast on more than 7" on the Knitter, my finished work was 5" across. It curls on the sides and bottom, and seems to shrink. There is no help or "trouble shooting" from the instructions that came with it. I can't find anything on the internet to help with the Pocket Knitter, either. The instructions and pictures are adequate but not great. Loom knitters should have no problem with the directions.
Date published: 2006-04-12
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Save Your Money!!!!!! This has got to be THE WORST knitter I've ever owned. The yarn stays loose and you can't keep the material on the "knitter" -- it's difficult to keep the yarn taunt enough to get the rows started -- not to mention the instructions aren't very user-friendly whatsoever. This is a horrible product and wouldn't recommend it to anyone. My husband even tried to help me with getting a project started but he got as frustrated as I did. He found an video online for me to watch but even that wasn't very helpful. I'm not sorry to say that this so-called knitter really sucks!
Date published: 2009-10-24
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Poclet Knitter I found this item to be clumsy to use especially with arthritis. I thought it would be easy but I don't even want to give it to my nieces. I lost the directions and went crazy trying to find them and when I did they were not that good. It would be easier to use a large tooth comb.
Date published: 2012-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Knitting on the go! Melinda---knitting always curls in, which is why your piece wasn't as wide as you thought it should be! Try blocking your pieces on a damp towel with pins. I own this product and I LOVE it! I wanted to take my Ultimate Sweater Machine on the road, but it's so darn big that it was proving impossible. The solution? The Pocket Knitter! This product works well for scarves, purses, small hats, and the like. Best of all, you can knit on this tool and transfer the work in progess to your USM when you get home! The gauge is exactly the same on the Pocket Knitter and the USM, so it works perfectly when you transfer a piece. You can also do fancy stitches on the Pocker Knitter, like knit-purl, intarsia, stripes, and Fair Isle.
Date published: 2006-05-22
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