Hand and machine knitted methods

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  • Created on: 07-06-16 10:27
What is panel knitting also known as?
Flat panel
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How can panel knitting be done on a round loom?
Cast on the desired amount of pegs instead of going all the way around.
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How many times should the yarns be wrapped around the last peg?
Wrapped twice around the last peg so there are 2 full loops on the peg.
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Which way should the yarns be wrapped around the pegs?
Wrapped backwards and all movements reversed until you reach the first peg.
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How would you continue this process?
Wrap in the opposite direction again, wrapping the 1st peg the opposite way to the rest and repeat as many times as possible to the desired length.
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What is garment length knitting? (panel knitting)
Fabric is knitted in individual panels of a width to suit the end product.
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How is the start of the knitting secured?
Secured with a ribbed edge
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What does this type of knitting unfortunately produce?
Produces some fabric waste.
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How are garment panels assembled in fully fashioned panels?
Using cup seaming and linking where sides, sleeves and underarms are cup seamed and shoulders and collars linked.
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What is the difference between linking and seaming?
Cup seaming stitches edges of fabric together.
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What do fully-fashioned knitting machines produce?
Produce custom pre-shaped pieces of a knitted garment instead of knitting a rectangular sheet.
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Where are the instructions got from?
From a knit pattern on a punch card or computer file guides the needles.
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How do the pieces emerge from the machine?
Ready to sew the pieces together.
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What is whole garment knitting?
3D knitting where whole products are knitted in 1 piece, incorporating all garment shaping.
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What are the advantages of whole garment knitting?
Minimal sewing required and no fabric waste. Faster, more cost-effective.
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What do these garments not have?
Do not have seams.
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How can panel knitting be done on a round loom?

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Cast on the desired amount of pegs instead of going all the way around.

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How many times should the yarns be wrapped around the last peg?

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Which way should the yarns be wrapped around the pegs?

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How would you continue this process?

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