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Singer LK100 Knitting Machine For Sale
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Apr 20, 2011 10:56:21   #
siewclark
 
I have a like-new 9mm, Bulky knitting machine with new sponge strip for sale. It uses hand knitting yarn. I would like $150 for it which includes UPS Ground shipping & insurance. I am in Parker, Colorado. If you want to pick it up, the sale price will be $130. Please PM me if you want pictures. Thank you.
 
Apr 20, 2011 11:09:13   #
rjaknit
 
I was a machine knitter for almost 20 years... loved my Passap the best, but Studio, and Brother came in next! Had to give them up because of various reasons, but I miss them all.! Hope you sell your bulky soon. There have to be Machine Knitters out there.
Ruth
rogand24@gmail.com
Apr 20, 2011 11:18:50   #
siewclark
 
I have a Passap Duo80, Toyota KS950, Singer HK100, Brother KH260 & KX350. I love them all. I have been machine knitting for about 2 years. I also enjoy hand knitting & crochet. Thanks & have a great day!
Apr 20, 2011 23:35:59   #
yona (a regular here)
 
Siewclark: I would like to buy my first machine, which one do you recommend since you have several of them which u probably use for diff things. If you could enlighten me as to what machine does what and which one you started with, it would be so appreciated. Thank you so much in advance.
Apr 21, 2011 11:28:18   #
siewclark
 
My first machine was a Singer, 4.5mm. It drove me nuts using thin yarn. Correcting mistakes were tedious; like dropped stitches, yarn tangled up. Later I got a Singer HK100, 8mm which uses hand knitting yarn. I am at ease with it. It is easier to handle the worsted weight yarn. Correcting mistakes aren't so bad. Then I have the LK100, 9mm which knits like butter because its needles have rollers. Its carriage glides easily. My friend had this machine too but she sold it. She didn't have the patient to learn the basic things. After that, I bought a KH260, 9mm which has punchcards patterning. The LK100 is a very basic machine. If you want patterns, you have to hand-manipulate the stitches. Don't know why I got a Bond, 8mm which drove me nuts. I couldn't do cast-on with the plastic hem. I am impatient to learn it. I think after having the LK100, HK100 & KX350, I am spoilt. I am sorry I am not articulate enough. Hope this help.
Apr 21, 2011 12:07:11   #
noina
 
Please email me the pictures and some information. Does it knit with worsted weight yarn?
I have one knits with thin yarn and it drives me nut.
Noina at haivanhue@gmail.com
Thanks very much
 
Apr 21, 2011 14:20:52   #
HudsonNana
 
can you tell me if its a metal or plastic machine. Thank you
Apr 21, 2011 14:22:53   #
siewclark
 
It uses worsted weight yarn. It has a plastic bed with metal needles.
Apr 25, 2011 10:08:51   #
reischmant
 
Hi, I am brand new to the knitting world. Is this knitting machine automatic? Do you have any pics, instruction books, dvd's, etc? TY, TJ
Apr 25, 2011 10:27:05   #
siewclark
 
Here is the link on how to use the knitting machine, http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-set-up-singer-lk-100-knitting-machine-250815/
If you want automatic, there are motors to operate the machines. They will knit by themselves. Here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuiudDNqdvw
I have a Simet motor & metal stand for sale too. They are very heavy. If anyone is in Parker, Colorado, you can come & check them out.
Apr 25, 2011 10:27:54   #
siewclark
 
Please send me your email address so that I can send pictures to you.
 
Apr 25, 2011 11:43:01   #
reischmant
 
reischman@carolina.rr.com
TY, TJ
Apr 25, 2011 12:09:20   #
reischmant
 
Hi Lim, Please re-send your pics to dr.timothyjerome@gmail.com. My road runner mailbox wouldn't let your email in. TY, TJ
Apr 25, 2011 12:18:24   #
reischmant
 
TY Lim. I got the pics. I will get back with you if we are interested in making an offer. TJ
May 2, 2011 00:48:51   #
consultteam
 
I am interested in purchasing a bulky knitting Machine. If still available, please send pics to: wildriverswool@hotmail.com

Thank you,
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