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Singer Knitting Machine

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Item # 8262677
$39.99 $33.99

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Knitting has never been so easy. Singer Knitting Machine creates a flat or round stitch in seconds with a simple turn of the handle. Knit your own fashionable designs. Includes knitting machine, two skeins of yarn and project book.
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Singer Knitting Machine is rated 1.2239 out of 5 by 67.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Limited but it works. The machine is easy to use and does what its supposed to. It is very limited. It is small and makes a very small tube or flat panel. It is simpler to begin and end your work with 10-12 rows done with a contrasting color waste yarn. That gives you a smooth row for finishing on the main yarn and allows all the initial dropped/skipped stitches to happen where it doesn't really matter. One way to minimize dropped stitches in the work is to make sure that there is NO NO NO tension on the yarn except that provided by the knitter itself. This means that you need to pull yarn from skeins or balls so that it lies loosely before knitting.
Date published: 2008-10-08
Rated 0 out of 5 by from so disappointing... My 7yr old received this as a gift for Christmas, and we just just got around to trying it. Her mom thought it would be great since I am an avid crocheter. So we set it up today to give it a go, attempted a baby hat. Horrible. Let's begin with the yarn- eyelash yarn is terrible to learn anything with. The machine made stitches too loose, and the beginning rows unravelled (sp?) immediately. I even tried a sport-weight baby yarn, and it skipped stitches all over the place. A complete waste of money, and I have a very disappointed girl who wanted nothing but to make things like mommy... I expected so much more from the Singer name.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Grandma/Granddaughter activity I bought this from a surplus store for a 8 year old Granddaughter who moved out of town. There were no instructions, between her Dad and I we figured it out. I bought on for another granddaughter who lives nearby last week, agaian no instructions, couldn't find them on the web either. We again managed to get it going. the next day she called me at work all excited because she had mad an "armwarmer" with no holes! I bought a different brand for myself this weekend. These are great for quick simple homemade gifts and spending time with the kids. They kept begging to learn to knit. We tried the traditional way, this is a lot less frustrating for them.
Date published: 2007-08-06
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Going back to the store What a waste of money. Bought by Grandma for my two daughters today and headed back to the store tomorrow. No matter what yarn I use, how careful I am, what tension I keep, whether knitting a tube or a rectangle, it drops stitches, jams, and needs to be emptied of yarn and started over. The directions were terrible; it took two adults and a lot of effort to figure out even how to start, and this is recommended for ages 6 and up??? Honestly, even the screws they used (who knows why screws) to hold the thing in the box were terrible - one wouldn't turn, stripped, and we had to tear the box loose to get the machine out.
Date published: 2010-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mixed feelings, not terrible. I bought this a week ago, and have actively used it because I needed to make a bunch of hats and scarves quickly. So far i have done the scarves and here is what i've found. This is a kids toy. It has flaws. It sometimes messes up the knitting. Big deal, so you take the crochet hook (which is included in the package) and fix the stitch after. It will drop stitched occasionally. Dont expect magic. However when a decent sized chord yarn is put in (DO NOT USE THE YARN INCLUDED, IT IS SO FRUSTRATING), it will produce a small but well knit circle or square, however you set it to be. You need to learn to use the machine, the instructions wont tell you everything about it but overall for what it is it works decently.
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This machine is okay, but not that great. When I first received this machine, I couldn't wait to try it out. When I did, I was a little disappointed. It won't use worsted weight or bulky yarns. It only uses superfine yarns. I say that because, I tried worsted weight and the crank wouldn't turn. I then tried out a skein of superfine sock yarn on it and the crank turned like a dream. I also tried the fuzzy yarn that it came with, but it kept dropping stitches. If given a choice between using this machine and knitting the old fashioned way with needles, I would rather knit the old fashioned way. This machine is a waste of money.
Date published: 2007-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and Easy! I purchased this for a 9 year old girl as a birthday present. Once we got thru the sadistic packaging (they really don't want that machine to move around during shipping!) she was able to learn how to use it quickly and was knitting a scarf in no time at all. Once she went to bed the adults started playing with it and I have to say I'm considering buying one for myself! I was very pleased with how well it handled a variety of novelty yarns. The width of the knitted piece is limited of course, but those little pieces can be sewn together easily to make bigger stuff. I was able to work out a sweater pattern using knitted tubes of Red Heart Symphony yarn so I think this machine is not just for kids!
Date published: 2006-08-22
Rated 0 out of 5 by from "Pretend to Knit Machine" That should be the name! Can not believe Singer would put their name on such a LOUSY performing item. I know it is a TOY, but it is a knitting machine and should be able to be used to KNIT SOMETHING on it. Got it for my granddaughter for Christmas but did not hide it soon enough when she came over and saw it. I decided to let her have it early and make some gifts for her mom, friends and other grandmothers for Christmas. First off the yarn that came with it had to be the very WORST kind they could have included for a child to learn with.Tried baby yarn to chenille, just is lousy. Get Knifty Knitter, much better,it works!Singer should be embarrassed and should recall this hunk of junk for FULL REFUND, NOT SALE PRICE. Receipt was lost.
Date published: 2008-05-15
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