11259_machine_knitting-hand-manipulated_stitches_susan_guagliumi29578_11227_11259So excited!

My third Craftsy class, Machine Knitting: Hand-Manipulated Stitches, has launched and I really hope you will all be as pleased with it as I am! Although the title of the class is similar to the title of my first book and the companion video, be assured that this is an entirely new class!

Use this link to bring you to the class on the Craftsy site and, when you check out, use this code (over on the right side) for 50% off: b93ebedf-370b-498d-9cf0-4.(Limit one per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offers). This code will expire in mid-January so check my web site for a new code after that date.

Once again, we used the LK-150 for this class because it is really the lowest common denominator for the greatest number of machines. There are just so many new knitters out there with no place to go for help that we have decided to focus on them. The experts and old hands are usually not quite as hungry for instruction, but I hope that even some of them find the material in this new class interesting and challenging!

The class is divided into six lessons that cover cables, short row intarsia, Bridging, re-hung stitches, traveling and twisted stitches and some open spaces (the topic of the book I am still working away on!). The class materials include all of the charts and instructions for the samples I work on screen and, once again, the camera work is incredible!

During the filming of the class, my producer decided to play “20 Questions” with me so that my students could begin to get to know me a bit. I hope you enjoy this clip!



  1. janisu7 on November 9, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    Already bought it yesterday, luckily had a 50% off code from another site. I won a copy of your 1st one, but had already bought that one too! Can you tell I’m a fan of your great classes. Any ways this one is really great! I’ve done cables before but you just have a way to improve the method and the understanding of what things work well. Thanks again for sharing your talent!

    • Susan Guagliumi on November 9, 2016 at 11:11 pm

      Thanks for your note – I’m delighted you like the class – I had such fun shooting it!

  2. Knitweave on November 18, 2016 at 11:23 am

    Got your class a couple of days ago Susan, I love it! I’m working on a skirt with either cables or twisted stitches, I’m at swatching stage :). I notice you have the machine on a tilt stand and it’s looks like a newer version (much broader top), I’ve never a fan of the older version but how does the new one compare? Any rocking of the machine from side to side while knitting?

    • Susan Guagliumi on November 18, 2016 at 11:34 am

      The stand is really sturdy and I like that the yarn can be placed directly below the mast, which makes for much better tensioning with fewer chances for the yarn to catch anywhere.