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Free basic knitting knitting machine patterns, patterns for all kind of knittingmachines

There are so many options for machine knitting, this is why I have created 420 basic garments,
with women's sweater with round crew neck and women's cardigan with V-neck patterns.

For cast on tips and basic cast on's or how to start knitting on the machine.

For those who don't know how my patterns are working, and they are working fine for many knitters,
all over the world; I use reverse engineering. What do I mean?

In most patterns, you read, check your gauge, and change your needle size to obtain the right gauge.
This means you have to force yourself to another needle size, (just when you liked your swatch)
to be able to knit that particular pattern.
Well, gauge is a personal choice and varies from knitter to knitter.

I reverse the method;
knit your tension swatch first, with your own beautiful yarn,
(from your stash, I know you have it, somewhere) LOL
in your own needle size and your own personal taste.

I do not know your taste and you cannot buy Dutch knitting yarns, to knit my patterns.
Do you get the trick??  After you have determined your gauge, you can pick one of my basic patterns.

All my basic knitting patterns are suitable for machine knitting too, as long as your gauge is the same.

Each gauge comes in five sizes; size 40 to 48. In addition, there are seven different gauges, (tensions).
This means I had to create 420 patterns, just to fill this page. ( $^#!)

I think you can knit a lot of sweaters and cardigans on your knitting machine, with these basic patterns.
If you can not find the right gauge, go to my other basic knitting patterns,
they can be knitted on the machine too.
Enjoy and please keep sending me digital photos of your finished work.

more tips and accessories for the knitting machine       types of knitting machines and how to's

designer cardigans for women, found on the internet, to be inspired by these beautiful designs

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Remember; the amount of stitches are more important than rows,
because the required length of the garment, are in centimeters too.

US yarn weights:
Fingering 28-36 sts
Sport 24-28 sts
Worsted 18-22 sts
Bulky 14-16 sts
Standard UK yarn weights:
Usual HK Gauge (/4")
4-ply 28 sts, 36 rows [best on the Elite]
DK 22 sts, 28 rows [older patterns/yarns 24 sts]
Aran 18 sts, 25 rows
Chunky 14 sts, 20 rows
So UK 4ply is between fingering and sport, DK is between sport and worsted.
If a pattern calls for DK or Aran, there seems to be quite a lot of the real thing around in the US/Canada,
but if you can't find any (or don't like what you can find), look for a heavier sport or a lighter worsted for DK,
or a heavier worsted (WoolEase is close) for Aran.
The MK gauges won't be exactly the same, as the size gaps between KPs are larger than between
sizes of HK needles, and the stitch/row ratio will often be different too.

Free basic machine knitting patterns for women's sweater in sizes 40 42 44 46 48

Knit your tension swatch first, if you use a stitch pattern, knit your swatch in this pattern,
then choose your free machine knitting pattern with the right gauge.

If you want to knit a cardigan with a crewneck, just divide the front in two and add bands.

size 40  size 42 size 44  size 46 size 48 gauge
40 women's clothing 42 women's clothing 44 women's clothing 46 women's clothing 48 women's clothing cms
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 24
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 26
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 28
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 30
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 32
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 34
patterns women's sweaters 21 x 36
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 26
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 28
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 30
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 32
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 34
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 36
patterns women's sweaters 23 x 38
women's sweaters 25 x 28
women's sweaters 25 x 30
women's sweaters 25 x 32
women's sweaters 25 x 34
women's sweaters 25 x 36
women's sweaters 25 x 38
women's sweaters 25 x 40
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 30
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 32
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 34
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 36
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 38
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 40
patterns women's sweaters 27 x 42
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 32
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 34
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 36
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 38
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 40
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 42
patterns women's sweaters 29 x 44
free knitpatterns 31 x 34
free knitpatterns 31 x 36
free knitpatterns 31 x 38
free knitpatterns 31 x 40
free knitpatterns 31 x 42
free knitpatterns 31 x 44
free knitpatterns 31 x 46
designer cardigans for women, found on the internet, to be inspired by these beautiful designs

designer  designer  designer chloe cable knit  designer chloe

Free basic machine knitting patterns for women's V-neck cardigan in sizes 40 42 44 46 48

Knit your tension swatch first, if you use a stitch pattern, knit your swatch in this pattern,
then choose your free machine knitting pattern with the right gauge.

If you want to knit a sweater with V-neck, just add up the stitches for the front,
leave buttonhole band and button band out and knit neck band.

size 40  size 42 size 44  size 46 size 48 cms
women's cardigan sizes women's cardigan sizes women's cardigan sizes women's cardigan sizes women's cardigan sizes gauge
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 24
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 26
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 28
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 30
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 32
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 21 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 26
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 28
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 30
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 32
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 23 x 38
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 28
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 30
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 32
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 38
knit cardigan patterns 25 x 40
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
free machine knitting patterns
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 30
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 32
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 38
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 40
knit cardigan patterns 27 x 42
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 32
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 38
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 40
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 42
knit cardigan patterns 29 x 44
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 34
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 36
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 38
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 40
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 42
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 44
knit cardigan patterns 31 x 46
womens cardigan pattern for machine knitting with cables  machine knitting pattern for women's cable cardigan
A little history about knitting machines for stockings;

Rev. William Lee a clergyman at Calverton, is said to have developed the machine because a woman whom he was courting showed more interest in knitting than in him (or alternatively that his wife was a very slow knitter).
His first machine invented in 1589 produced a coarse wool, for stockings.

William Lee's stocking frame was remarkable, because it was an invention of a complete new machine.
He was a British inventor of the first knitting machine.
Lee's model (1589) was the only one employed for centuries, and its principle of operation remains in use.
The invention is related to the state-of-the-art in other machinery of the time.
Queen Elizabeth refused to grant a patent for it, saying
 "I have too much love for my poor people who obtain their bread by knitting garments, to give permission to this invention, will lead to their ruin, by depriving them of employment and thus make them beggars"
Her suggestion was; if Mr. Lee had made a machine that would have made silk stockings, than I had been somewhat justified in granting him a patent for that monopoly. Only a small number of my subject wear silk stockings.

It took Mr. Lee about 10 years and he had his machine for silk stocking ready in the year 1598, and although the queen was very satisfied with the result, she still declined to issue a patent.
His sponsor and friend Lord Hunsdon died in 1596 and Lord Burghley, advisor to the queen died 2 years later.
Than the queen herself died in 1603. What to do now ?

Eventually, he moved to France with his brother James, taking 9 workmen and 9 frames.
He found better support from Henry IV of France, who granted him a patent and was actively involved in every aspect of economic life.
Lee began stocking manufacture in Rouen, France, and prospered until, shortly before Henry's assassination in 1610, he signed a contract with Pierre de Caux to provide knitting machines for the manufacture of silk and wool stockings.

Life in France was hard and frightening, the handcraft workers agitated for the return of the old ways of working by hand and cruel episodes were enacted in the towns.
He had to pay higher and higher fees for registration with the guilds and restrictions were imposed on national origin and religion.
The climate changed abruptly to the worth's nightmare on the king's death and despite moving to Paris, his claims were ignored and he died in distress, alone in a hostile land in 1614.
Most of his workers returned to England and his loyal brother James brought the looms back to England.
He was able to set up workshops in London. So ended the dreams of William Lee.

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