Friday, July 23, 2010

Enchanted Edging Photos

It's hard to put up a bunch of photos on Blogger, so here are the photos of the edgings in the new book.  I'll put the information about the book up in the next post.


  1. Dear Diana,
    I would just like to say that I think you are such a wonderful person to share all of your wonderful knowledge. I am fairly new to KM and most of what I have learned about this wonderful hobby, I have learned from you. I've just ordered Enchanted Edgings and look forward to it.
    Many Thanks,

    1. The edgings are for Brother machines, punch card and electronic. If you have one of the Brother 910 machines, you could draw the patterns on the sheet. These machines are many years out of production and I do not have access to mylar sheets or sell them.

  2. Hi Diana,

    I have a Toyota 901 with a ribber. Would I be able to knit these edges with a Toyota, or is it something only Brother knitting machine can do?

    1. I believe the punch card versions of the patterns would work with a Toyota, but you do have to flip them over, as I recall. However, no guarantees - I have not tested them on a Toyota 901.

  3. I purchased your enchanted edging but my machine is not reading the Mylar sheets properly do you sell the Mylar sheets with the patterns printed on them please help me thanks Shikha

  4. Hello Diana!!We are interested in your products, formations, lessons, DVDs and so on, but we need to ask you few questions...Since we work on Singer machine(SK 700 and Memomatic 327), will we be able to apply your teachings on our knitting machines???
    Plus is your lesson on automatic lace edgings can be applied on our machines??
    And finally is a 4.5 is a midgauge knitting machine??
    Thank you very much.
    Indïa and Jean

  5. None of these lace edgings work on SK700, which is produced by Silver Reed. It does wonderful lace, but engineered completely differently and this technique does not work on it.

    The other books will work on most machines, but the detailed videos are all filmed on Brother machines. You'd have to adept with the Silver Reed to transfer it.

    4.5 mm is a standard gauge machine.