SENTRO Knitting Machine User Manual
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- The last page has a method of using the Fluff Ball Weaver.
Ring/Tubular Weave: (weaving hat, wallet, tubular scarf, etc.)
- Change the gear to P gear and turn counterclockwise until the white crochet is just stuck at the yarn guide.
- Then leave a 30cm long yarn in the middle of the machine and hang the yarn into the white crochet; rock the handle in a clockwise direction and hang the yarn across the yarn. Finally, come out from the yarn guide.
- Put the yarn into the tension lever.
- Change the gear to the T gear and then shake the handle clockwise.
Note: In the first three to four laps of knitting, the handle should be shaken at a constant speed to ensure that no needle is dropped.
- Looping Finishing
- When the knitting work reaches the desired length, stop moving the handle when the white crochet moves to the right of the yarn guide.
- After the 30 cm yarn is taken, it is cut off, the yarn is taken out from the thread hole of the tension lever, the sewing needle is passed, and then the yarn is pulled vertically, and the handle is shaken to make the machine idling without the yarn.
- The sewing needle of the worn yarn is once pulled by the thread sleeve that has passed down through the crochet, and then passed through a loop of the thread sleeve and then tightened, and finally knotted. You can add accessories such as hair balls to your liking. A knitted hat is finished.
Flat sheet weave (scarf, sweater, etc.)
- Repeat 1, 2, and 3 steps of the circular weave.
- Change the gear to P gear, rock the handle clockwise until the handle can’t move, then stop it counterclockwise, and repeat the knitting action of clockwise and counterclockwise alternately shaking the handle.
- Close the fifth step of the ring closing.
Note: If you often have a needle drop during the flat sheet weaving process, please confirm whether you have changed the direction when the machine handle is shaken to the full stop.
Change yarn color or wiring operation
Put the new and old yarns together and make sure they don’t slip. Cut off the excess thread, take the yarn out of the yarn guide and the tension lever, first manually tighten the yarn, shake the handle until the knot is just inserted into the machine, then put the yarn into the inlet and tighten In the controller, avoid the knot at the yarn guide and the tension lever.
TO PICK UP A DROPPED STITCH
- The machine might drop a stitch and unravel down a number of rows before you notice it. If this happens, the crochet hook can be helpful for picking up dropped stitches.
- Turn crank on machine to knit up to the last stitch before the dropped stitch. Dropped stitch should be slightly to the side of the yarn guide. This hook should be the raised position.
- You will see a loop where the dropped stitch starts and above the loop you will have a “ladder” — with rungs corresponding to each dropped stitch — between the stitches.
- Insert the crochet hook from front to back through the loop.
- Hook the first rung of ladder on to the crochet hook and pull it through the opening of the loose stitch. Then hook the next rung and pull it through and continue this step with each rung until you have carried the stitch all the way back up to the corresponding knitting machine stitch.
- Transfer the loop from the crochet hook on to the knitting machine hook.
- During the weaving process, please pay attention to the tightness of the wool, otherwise there will be needle drop. Once this happens, please loosen or tighten the wool. If you use finer yarn, please pass through the three line holes in succession. ( It is not recommended to use too thick wool)
- When operating, please do not shake the handle excessively or operate at too fast speed, otherwise the machine will be damaged or the needle will be dropped.
- Use the suction cup to fix the machine, add some water under the suction cup, and the adsorption force will be stronger. It is recommended to hold the machine by hand to avoid the machine shaking during the operation and causing the needle to fall.
- The product is suitable for 1.5mm-4.5mm yarn.
- When the handle does not move, please do not hard turn, please check if the line is too tight or too thick, if you do not understand, please feel free to contact me.
Fluff Ball Weaver Use Manual
Fluff Ball Weaver Product Shows
Drop Needle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgz758TeJh0