This month's video is a fun stitch, a very simple lace that biases automatically. I've joined the slanty beginning to the slanty end to make a circle scarf. I like the geometry! It's a nice little accessory to wear, doesn't take much yarn, and I think you'll be as fascinated as I was with the stitch:
I admit it, I got a little obsessed. I don't know how many circle scarves I've made this way. I used fancy patterned sock yarn for them, and one of my favorites was made with a bunch of scrappy leftovers that I put together using the Russian join. When you get a pretty item out of such small bits, it's like getting something for nothing!
I believe you can do this on any machine with a lace carriage. You just want every other needle to select, and you'll transfer them all with the lace carriage. You'll do two passes with the lace carriage; then do two passes with the main carriage.