38″ Afghan Knitting Board w/ hook instructions pattern

38" Afghan Knitting Board w/ hook instructions pattern

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38″ Afghan Knitting Board w/ hook instructions pattern

From: http://www.ebay.com/itm/38-Afghan-Knitting-Board-w-hook-instructions-pattern-/130846693913?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1e77121a19
Submitted by quilteralice 
38" Afghan Knitting Board, hook instructions pattern

38" Afghan Knitting Board, hook instructions pattern

38″ Afghan Knitting Board w/ hook instructions pattern

38″ AFGHAN KNITTING BOARD

INCLUDES 38″ BOARD, HOOK, AFGHAN PATTERN & INSTRUCTIONS (yarn not included)

This new board from the knitting company offers you the ability to complete large projects like afghans and sweater parts. Visit Alice in Stitches for more knitting board products.

DETAILS:

  • More pins per side for even wider knitted pieces
  • Smooth kiln dried hardwood with recessed knitting surface
  • Steel, ball tipped pins are spaced just 5/16 apart, center to center, which is exactly the same spacing as all other small gauge boards
  • Bolts are steel, 3.5″ long with wing nuts that make removal for adjustments very easy
  • Board has 112 pins on each board for a total of 112 double stitches
  • Wood spacers are adjustable to 1/2″, 1″, and 1-1/4″ and require a 4″ or 5″ bolt for this widest adjustment 
  • Great knitting board for all your double knitting   
  • Knitting width max is 38″-55″ wide depending on spacer settings 
  • Use patterns designed for all length boards 
  • Comes complete with knit hook, 4″ bolts, instructions, and 1 afghan pattern

The knitting board is a centuries old hand knitting tool that creates beautiful, double knit.  Make cozy, warm scarves quickly and easily.  A simple weave and hook process makes knitting fun and easy.  The process of knitting on knitting boards originated in the 1500s in the mountain villages of Europe. 

The technique was passed down through the families, generation to generation.  However, when the knitting machine was introduced, knitting boards all but disappeared.  Now today, Kim and Pat, a mother/daughter team from the Knitting Board Co., have brought this technique back to a new generation of knitters.

38" Afghan Knitting Board w/ hook instructions pattern