Saturday, November 5, 2016

New Video for November - Knit Both Sides of a Neckline at Once

Well!  I've been going, and going, and going, like the Energizer Bunny, but this morning I found a little time upload the November video, which shows how to knit both sides of a neckline at the same time.  A simple little thing, but a useful shortcut sometimes!


  1. Thanks for the great tip! I did this on my Bond when I made a poncho from front point to back point. It would have been easier to have the ability to have two colors in the carriage. After I decreased enough in the center it was easy enough to switch yarns.

    I can see programing my EC-1, setting for FI and using my PC cams to do this on my Studio 840. I don't think I can do it on my Singer/Studio punch card machines, other than manually changing yarns in the middle like on the Bond. Worth experimenting though.

  2. You can do this very easily on a punchcard machine by manually selecting the needles on the left side, i.e., pulling the left side needles out to D position on every row. This causes the selected needles to be knitted with the yarn in feeder B and the unselected needles to be knitted with the yarn in feeder A.