Alejandra Xiques: Please, where I can buy such a machine ??
Julieta Ward: Where can I buy the Addi Mchine?
Brenda W: Hello
Would you please do a tutorial(video) on making mitts/mittens on the addi
Express?? in the round. Thank you
Brenda W: Hello
To make socks on the addi express what weight of yarn can it handle? fine
#1 to super bulky #6?
Socksee: excellent video . . I just really wish the camera person kept a tight
close-up on the machine so I could actually See her instruction!
cheezymouseful: @Kralitse i have carpal tunnel and i am starting to sell my handmade
knitwear. this would help me get my pieces out faster as well as give my
hands a break. (i can't knit very fast because my forearms start cramping.
takes me 2-5 days to knit a scarf and hat) i still like knitting by hand
but this would be much more helpful for my business and body. you should
think about other perspectives...
Dobie Own: Instead of being so critical why don't you make your own instructional
video. No one cares that you don't like the video. Everyone learns in a
different way so this may be very helpful to someone. Obviously not you.
Thank goodness you don't own a business. Your negativity is disgusting. Do
you just sit and review instructional videos all day? Move on to the next
one if this one is not good enough for you. On second thought READ THE
murr cyril: you can try goggling for the knitting machine marymaxim
Michael Kennedy: I have recently bought an addi express pro knitting machine which in itself
is a lot smaller than expected however i would like to obtain a pattern
book as i want to be able to knit things do you know where i would be able
to get one from please
itsanneish: i dont get why you are so offended
harplover1: Are you kidding me!! Useless
ghanmy: can you show how to make a sweater with this?
tjojones: I like this video. Not everyone is a pro and this appeals to us non pro
Tonya May: two black square "stoppers" came with my king size machine, can you tell me
what there for?
Candice McFarland: I've never seen a knitting machine in action. Very informative!
George Louis: OMG! Don't you think that maybe I want to start my own sock business in
American and hire Americans so oh I don't know Americans can feed their
children. Or did you think that maybe I want thousands of socks so I can be
self efficient & never have to buy socks again. Or maybe I have a sock idea
and I want to make my own socks. Maybe socks have a lot of chemicals added
to them. or maybe I was planing on have lots of kids & I want to make socks
for them so I don't have to buy them.
Meg Olhasque: Outstanding. I'll be sure to take a look. Best wishes.
patricia1955: Then, take it of, remove it, I just buy my machine, I know how to use by
some user's videos. If i try to learn from this one, never, ever could
knitting a scarf...
Angelique1840: What ever happened to Part 2 so that we can see how to bind off the machine?
Joyce Brunner: The video is not too bad, but the camera should zoom in on what she is
doing all the time. I knit on big regular knitting machines & I do demo's
all the time, she is a bit too evasive, of what is happening as she knits.
TheJmz1983: 16 inch greedy begger
spinningfun: 2nd part??? I would like to see more!
Paradise Fibers: Hi Angelique, Kyle here at the shop has been using that machine quite a bit
and we've posted lots of new videos on our site on basics and beyond with
the Addi Express.
Sonja baila: quelle catastrophe, aucun talent pour l'enseignement on dirait
marissasd1: @ghanmy It's too small to make a sweater. Sorry. :(
George Louis: I just watched a video on Tia-land where they just go several completely
automated sock knitting machines put in. These are the professional
machines that pump out thousands of socks a day. I've watched a dozen
videos of Americans using crank machines to knit their own socks. Their is
something wrong with this picture. America is NOT PRODUCTIVE! Not only that
but you can't be productive if you tried.
kraftymomma1979: My frustration is that you can't knit socks on this machine. You can't knit
a large enough tube for a sweater either. It's kind of an in-between size
that is limited to scarves and hats. Addi produces very high quality
knitting products, so it would last forever.
Marlena Lagasse: where can i find a Addi Express to puy?
Elinor Dashwood: This is a machine for personal, small-scale use. The average home knitter
has no need for thousands of socks a day. Shouldn't you be getting back to
your home planet?
Paradise Fibers: Hi McKenna, Sorry you didn't find the video helpful, it was one of our
first with this machine and we made it to help out a customer that was
having trouble getting started. We have many other videos regarding this
machine with Kyle which you might try watching. Kyle is an expert with both
the King and Express machines.
Meg Olhasque: d'accorde, Sonya. Bonne annee.
Meg Olhasque: I do, indeed own a business, with four outlets in two countries and sales
in excess of seven figures. Were I to display something off-putting, I
would greatly appreciate a fellow business person bring it to my attention
- the current economy is too tight to risk losing potential paying
customers. However, in view of your histrionics, I'll remove my comment
immediately in the hopes that you will calm down.