I love circular machine knitting and because the Addi Express machines are so expensive, I’m always on the lookout for possible substitutions! In this video, I compare the Prym Maxi with a Generic, no-name machine (which pleasantly surprised me, btw!)
I was sent a steamer to review and I’m happy to say I really liked it! (And I can’t say that about all little steamers like this… ask me how I know!) If you’re interested, you can get it on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ocG0iQ
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Michael’s (a large craft store chain here in the USA) has come out with it’s own circular knitting machine. I bought it and ran it through it’s paces. Here’s my initial impression:
UPDATE: This machine seems to be inconsistent in production quality. Many people report broken gears soon after purchase while others do not. Mine lasted a good while but I eventually wore it out, too.
Ummm… I’ll jump in here: Put this yarn on your holiday crafting supply list! You definitely need to make some mittens for someone because YOU CAN USE A TOUCHSCREEN WHILE WEARING THEM! There is so much more to this yarn so save me some typing and watch my review!
(Note: I’m a geeky tech person so the ingenuity behind this product is right up my alley!)
What I once thought was an old wive’s tale turned out to be scientifically true! Dryer balls really do dry your clothes faster AND soften without chemicals. Thanks to Mountain Meadow Wool, I got the opportunity to check this out for myself and learned a lot more along the way. (Ex: Don’t use the cheaper plastic versions.)