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Beebe
New Pal

United Kingdom
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Posted - 11/30/2006 :  02:59:03 AM  Show Profile Send Beebe a Private Message
Hi all,

I do not have the intarsia carriage for this machine, and cannot get one. Can anyone help with techniques to do intarsia without it. Many thanks for any ideas.

Lee

Lee

swakins@aol.com
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Posted - 01/26/2007 :  5:59:06 PM  Show Profile Send swakins@aol.com a Private Message
I do have an intarsia carraige, but I think that all you have to do is pull the needles out to the D position making sure that the stitches are behind the latches, lay your yarn in the hook. Do not thread it throught the carriage, but after you lay your yarn in place you just run the carriage over the needles. You also have to be sure to twist your yarns at the color changes, just like in handknitting.
Sue in OH
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Beebe
New Pal

United Kingdom
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Posted - 02/09/2007 :  11:01:59 AM  Show Profile Send Beebe a Private Message
Thanks for your reply Sue. I do have an intarsia brake which hopefully will make life easier.
Lee

Lee
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