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Brand Name Unknown
EAN 0042409075906
Import Designation Made in USA
Part Number 7590
UNSPSC Code 53141615
UPC 042409075906
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B000MAJQXA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #222,506 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Carolynne Johnson on January 9, 2009
I have read all the reviews that people do not like this machine, however, I purchased mine and absolutely love it! Granted, it did take some time to get acquainted with the quirks of knitting on it and it is VERY important that you have the correct yarn weights and tension; but I have used this machine with MUCH SUCCESS and pleasure.

The first few tries were frustrating, but like anything else, I just kept trying and now can turn out beautiful scarfs and hats at a FRACTION of the time it would take to knit with straight needles. The quality of the knitted pieces are great and with patience and an allowance for learning, anyone can turn out beautiful pieces of knitted items including panels to make shawls, sweaters, placemats, etc.

Instructions are sketchy at best, so I highly recommend going to You-Tube and search for "Innovations Knitting Machine". There are many videos that will help you with some of the various problems encountered such as binding off and keeping your stitches from dropping off the needles in the middle of a project. Also, there are several tips on picking up stitches and keeping your tension tight when knitting panels.

In my honest opinion, this machine is well worth the small price tag and would most definitely purchase another. I am very happy with it and intend to turn out other knitted items made from panels in the near future.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Carrie E. Nelson on June 10, 2008
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I love my Innovations. I have knit a double knit baby afghan, fishnet stockings, shrug, and more and I have only had it 2 months! I am a complete yarnophile so I love to learn how to knit every way (machine, hand, loom). I HIGHLY suggest you look at the Yahoo Group Innovationsknitting for patterns, pictures of projects, tips & tricks, just friendly advice. I have quite a few pictures up as well.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Jillian Tokay on January 1, 2008
Considering what other knitting machines cost I think that this is a great little machine for the price. It's easy to use and amazingly fast. I was able to knit a matching scarf and hat for a gift in about two hours the very first time I sat down to use it. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. The process is very simple. Just load the yarn and turn the crank. I would definately recommend this to anyone who wants to make a bunch of hats and scarves really quickly. It also works with a lot of different kinds of yarn, so even though it's really only practically for two different projects, you can still make a lot of different kinds of hats and scarves.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kelly K. Sartori on December 28, 2007
This product is great, I can knit faster than needles. I crochet and now I can make knitted item without learning to use the two needles. I bought 2 one for me and one for my mother. I just made my first project and can't wait to make more. The instructions are easy to follow and this machine is very addictive. Once you start it is hard to stop turning the crank.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By LP on November 9, 2007
Ok for $40 - what do you expect??? Yes, it only knits one stitch- but it's easy to assemble- I never read the instructions- seemed self explanatory.

First thing I knotted was a scarf. Fast- in 3 hours I had a scarf 5' long! Can I do that with needles- NO!

It does drop stitches but so do all knitting machines. I don't see myself making a sweater like they say- but for hats and socks and scarf's- it's a bargain!

it's fun and something new to try at a great price.

BTW- I got mine at hobby Lobby after I printer the 40% coupon- it only cost me $16- I guess that/s why I love thins thing!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Susan D on September 8, 2007
This knitting machine could possibly be useful for making scarves or small hats in bulk, say, for charity, however I don't honestly know what else I would want to make with it. It only knits stockinette stitch. It also does not do what it advertises. The box and instruction manual state that it knits up to a 13" DIAMETER tube. I used various weights of yarn and none of my tubes was any more than 5" diameter, once it was unstreched. I was generous with my rating and gave the machine at least 2 stars because I did find it easy to use and didn't have any trouble with dropped stitches. Overall though, I wouldn't spend the money and would stick to handknitting.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Eaton on December 27, 2007
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my 7 yr. old daughter and she hasn't stopped using it. It takes a little patience to begin with, but if you watch what you're doing, you'll have great results. She made an amazing tube scarf in a few hours (w/ breaks) out of "party girl" (Yarn Bee) yarn. She has been able to thread the yarn onto the machine without any difficulty. Finishing the product has required some help because these fancy yarns are harder to see on the hooks. I would recommend this machine to anyone young or old. Definately worth the $25 I paid (w/ coupon at Hobby Lobby).
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By V. Baugess on February 22, 2011
I MAKE HATS FOR THE HOMELESS AND FOR THE VETS HOSPITAL. THE HATS ARE ALL DIFFERENT COLORS AND SOME HAVE THE FUN FUR FOR THE LADIES. IT HURTS ME TO READ BAD REVIEWS ON SUCH A WONDERFUL PRODUCT THAT HAS ALLOWED ME TO MAKE ALL THESE HATS IN ABOUT 6 OR 7 YEARS USING MY SENCE OF CREATIVE ABILY. THE SECRET IS TO REMEMBER TO THREAD THE MACHINE EVERY OTHER STICH AND TO (ALWAYS) (ALWAYS) HAVE AT LEAST A YARD OF THE YARN LOOSE TO FEED THROUGH THE TENSION. THE RED HEART YARN DOES REALLY WELL USING ONLY THE FIRST AND LAST OF THE CIRCLES. IF YOU ARE SKIPPING STITCHS YOU ARE PROBABLY NOT HAVING THE YARN LOOSE. THE TULSA WORLD NEWSPAPER RAN A PICTURE OF MY SELF AND HATS.BECAUSE OF THIS I AQUIRED A LOT OF YARN SO I WILL BE MAKING HATS A LONG TIME. I HAVE USED 2 MACHINES AND AM STILL ON MY SECOND ONE. YOU CAN DO IT
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