When I did the September video, it was a long video already, and I didn't explain much about how to do this lace stitch on a different machine.
This can be done with either a Brother (Knitking) or Studio (Singer, Silver Reed) machine that has a lace carriage.
The pattern is this, where X is punched or black and O is blank or unpunched:
If you have a punch card machine, you need that all over. Not in the mood for punching and punching? For a Brother, you can use card #1 and lock the row so it doesn't change (or any card that is punched out on every other needle). Two passes with the main carriage, then two passes with the lace carriage.
If you like it, I think you should punch a card. I'm not keen on having the lace carriage move all those empty needles unnecessarily on the second pass.
If you have an electronic machine, input the pattern. Two stitches wide, two rows tall. Bottom row: black, white. Top row: white, white.
Whatever machine you have, set it up so the end needles don't transfer. You want two plain needles on the end on the lacy rows, with a hole next to the end needle.