Friday, October 23, 2020

Needle Beetle - Tuck Stitch patterns with Charts

 Hi Beetle users!  

Come here to see different needle arrangements to make specialty stitches.  These are the TUCK stitches.  I have made these tuck stitches using the new Needle Beetle needle selector and my LK-150 knitting machine.  If you don't have a Needle Beetle yet but would like to learn more about it go to: https://www.kriskrafter.com/product-page/needle-beetle-needle-selector

I will be adding to this all the time, so be sure to check back.  I will make another page for Slip stitches once I start on those.  


Tuck Stitch #1


                                                                                                                                                                                     
Tuck Stitch #2

Tuck Stitch #3

Tuck Stitch #4

Tuck Stitch #5

Tuck Stitch #6

Tuck Stitch #7

Tuck Stitch #8
Tuck Stitch #9
Tuck Stitch #10

Tuck Stitch #11 


Tuck Stitch #12






2 comments:

mandy said...

hi. please could you demonstrate fairisle with the needle beetle. I have not had much success with fairisle. thank you.

kriskrafter said...

Hi Mandy, unfortunately my LK-150 has a problem that I just can't seem to fix so I'm not able to do much on it right now. You might take a look at Roberta Kelley's older videos on Youtube. She shows using the LS6 (an old model needle selector similar to the Needle Beetle). The difference between the old LS6 and the Needle Beetle is that the LS6 only pushed the needles out to C position, then you still had to push them manually to D position. The Needle Beetle pushes the needles all the way out to D position. The procedure however is pretty much the same other than that. Here is a link to Roberta's video page on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=roberta+kelley+fc6