What is knitting used for?
Knitting is the process of creating loops of threads that interlock row by row, through the use of yarn and needles. This craft has been used by many in creating fabrics and garments such as socks, sweaters, scarves, hats, and dresses.
What is the difference between flat knit and circular knit?
Circular knit fabric has a gauge of 12 to 22. The higher the gauge is, the thinner the fabric. Flat knit is made with a machine that knits the fabric in sheets (or flat) and the gauge is 2 to 10. Flat knit is thick sweater fabric like your grandma makes sitting in a rocking chair with two needle-sticks.
What type of bed is present on V bed flat knitting machine?
The typical flat machine has two stationary beds arranged in an inverted V formation. Latch needles and other elements slide in the tricks during the knitting action. Their butts project and are controlled as they pass through the tracks formed by the angular cams of a bi-directional cam system.