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JennyL Posted - 04/21/2011 : 04:42:15 AM
Hi everyone, Please does anyone know if the stitch dial on the Silver Viscount SK155 chunky machine tightens down enough to knit a fine cone chunky or Aran giving 18sts x 24 rows to a 10 cms S/S tension piece please ? I have Rheumatoid Arthritis now and thought chunky knitting might be easier on my hands. Also, does anyone know if the LK150 mid gauge machine will knit double knitting and aran on every needle please ? I love knitting and do not want to give it up! I have a SK280 standard gauge machine but it is a bit hard on my hands now. Thanks in advance, Regards, Jenny

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