R. Thomassen: But it is very, very slow!!! I am sure a powerful motor can be attached to the cranking handle. That should speed things up dramatically.
I want a machine like that. Not to knit, really, but to felt. It would be easy to knit something on that thing, and then felt it afterwards. But with that slow speed, I would crank my arm off before I am even finished with the project.
And it does not look like it can take very bulky yarn either.
Kurtis Kroon: There's a switch on the side for choosing between round and flat knitting.
LeftyHooker: the handle gives me hand pain. for the cost, it could of had a better handle considering the time you spend spinning this thing.
MrKevMan: Does it only go in one direction or can you go back and forth?
pam4920: check ebay - maybe someone is willing to give theirs up - lol
lilywondertwin: Hello Made IN Germany
lilywondertwin: I wish I still had my knit magic you are so lucky !!
pam4920: It's like a bigger version of my knit magic machine I got as a child (I still have it and it still works) - wonder if the original maker gets a cut - lol that was back in the 70's
NERDCDN: $240?! OMG
O2BSoLucky: Please show us some of the things that can be made on this when you get a chance, I'd really appreciate that.
babs b: I have a little one with 4 hooks and it is driving me nuts because it loses stitches and I can't get it back on so I have to start all over again. I really want to buy this one because you really got me into ring loom knitting.
GoodKnitKisses: HA!! I finally got you to say Like Butta!! Heehee
Daphne Bumpass: That looks neat where can it be purchased
Addi Express Loom Knitting Machine Review5
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