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minicher Posted - 01/21/2011 : 10:45:30 AM
hi-I'm just new here. It certainly looks like a treasure trove of information. Not sure if this is the right forum for this question but I'll give it a try!
A few years ago I purchased a studio 321 knitting machine with ribber. It has all the punchcards and attachments. i did my best to learn to knit something useful with it but to be honest I didn't realize that I would not be able to use the bulkier yarns on it. i had envisioned doing hats, scarves etc. for charity and grankis. I shoul have researchd. Anyway, I am thinking of trying to make a trade with someone who has a bulky machine the approximate quality of what I have. I know my machine is old but as little as I know about it, was able to try some lovely swatches with the punchcards and i\ know it is in good working condition. does anyone know of a bulky machine that might be a fair trade and would Kijiji be a good place to post?


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