Saturday, August 19, 2006

Singer LK100 (9mm)

This is a durable plastic bed 9mm machine. It's very basic and the stitches are all hand manipulated. The stitches are nice and even, there are several tension settings and works well with the popular yarns on the market from worsted weight to bulky weight and some of the eyelash yarns. You could probably go down to sport weight, but it would depend on the type of fabric you want to knit.

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At 5:03 PM , Blogger Lynne said...

Clarissa, Thanks for letting us see your knitting paradise. I've been wondering how many years you have taken to collect all those machines. I have only back to machine knitting for a month and I've just bought my second machine off eBay which was 'going for song' (if you don't know the dxpression, it means really cheap). Your partner must be very understanding, especially because of all those shelves that go up. A fellow member of KMaholics, Lynne S (UK)

At 5:04 PM , Blogger Lynne said...

Sorry about all those typo's, Lynne S (UK)

At 11:47 AM , Blogger Monique said...

This was my very first knitting machine!!!

At 3:50 AM , Blogger Ardis said...

Just gave my LK 100 to a grandson.As the sponge was in need of replacement,ordered one and sent it to him.Is it difficult to replace?Any suggestions?

At 12:06 PM , Blogger JeTaimeMoi said...

There is a "singer lk100 knitting machine" for sale near me. The posting says "new used in box" which means its been sitting for a decade right? At any rate, my stash yarn is primarily Sport Weight. Will this machine work with yarn this thin?

Thanks! Is $200 TOO much?

At 6:37 AM , Blogger Connie in Wisconsin said...

Where to you get a new sponge for a Singer LK 100?
I just bought one used from Good Will.
It's my first knitting machine and I'm very green.


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