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Addi 8902 - Accesorio para máquinas de coser

4.7 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 3 opiniones de clientes
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  • 46 pulgadas de ancho x 90 pulgadas de caída por cortina
  • Artículos de punto común de hasta 45 cm de ancho
  • Circular en acero inoxidable con mando de baquelita
  • El hacer punto divertido a gran velocidad , con curvas en lugar de hacer punto. Fácil y rápido
  • Espesor recomendado de 3,5 mm a 8 mm de hilo (DK al grueso super)

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 25,4 x 15,2 x 25,4 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 8902
  • ASIN: B004HS7T7S
  • Producto en desde: 10 de junio de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.7 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº133.310 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)

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Contentísima, tal y como esperaba cumple la finalidad para la que la compre y se le puede sacar mucho más partido. Deberían traducir los patrones al castellano.
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Los gorros los haces rápidamente. Las bufandas también quedan muy chulas. Se ajusta muy bien a la mesa, y es muy fácil su manejo.
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Por Ni en 18 de diciembre de 2015
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Maravillosa compra, la máquina va de maravilla y se teje a una velocidad que a mano sería imposible. La tengo hace cuatro meses y la estoy haciendo trabajar bastante, va perfecta.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great machine if you're making gifts! 6 de diciembre de 2013
Por Meg - Publicado en
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This machine is an absolutely great tool for making stockinette tubes quickly and easily! I had mixed feelings about whether or not to purchase this thing based on negative reviews I had been reading. I have to say that I am extremely impressed, and it has been worth every dollar spent. They even throw in extra needles in case any break, although I can't even think how you would break one, they're that sturdy.

The circumference of a finished beanie in Caron - Simply Soft (doubled for warmth) is big enough to fit a child to medium-sized adult head with a little wiggle room. My boyfriend has a large noggin and he can squeeze into one of the hats, but it isn't very comfortable. A finished tube, laid flat and unstretched, is close to six to eight inches wide, depending on the yarn used.

The most important advice I can give you is to choose the RIGHT YARN for the machine. I have used a wide variety of weights and fibers and here is what I think are the best choices:

1. Worsted Weight - Caron Simply Soft. I can't say enough about how great the Addi Express works with this yarn. I've made scarves, hats, and blanket panels and they turn out great. Not a dropped or twisted stitch to be seen with more than 800 rows on the longest piece I've knit. I cast on and just crank the handle, most of the time I just watch TV and mindlessly knit, that's how dependable the combination is!

2. Worsted Weight - Lion Bran Vanna's Choice. Very occasionally the machine doesn't quite catch a full stitch and splits the yarn on a needle, but it has never been a huge problem as long as I keep an eye out and have a crochet hook handy.

3. Worsted Weight - SMOOTH wool yarns. If your yarn is boucle, plied loosely, or splits easily, you will not get a good fabric out of this machine. Wool blends have worked amazing for me, but I have yet to try any of my higher-end wools on it for fear of ruining them. I would stick to acrylics until you're comfortable with how the machine works.

Bulky yarn will not work well at all, you'll end up with a stiff chunky fabric that is a pain to keep on the needles. I haven't experimented with smaller weight yarns either, but your fabric will obviously turn out lacier than worsted.

I have no idea why, but Red Heart Super Saver absolutely kills this machine. I've tried many combinations, and I am constantly dropping stitches when using this brand, and the machine makes a terrible clicking noise. It's baby melter yarn, so I can't say I'm disappointed, I just would have loved to mindlessly crank out tubes of the stuff for charity scarves since I have a lot of it sitting around.

All-in-all, I'm pleased with this purchase, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a solid starter machine with a relatively low cost compared to professional machines of the same size.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quick scarf maker 2 de marzo de 2015
Por Susan - Publicado en
I bought the addi Express King Size Knitting Machine for the purpose of making lapghans (lap size afghans) to donate to the local hospice. That didn't work out so well. I found out that yes, it makes flat panels, but they're not wide enough for lapghans. The panels are about 15" wide and I would have to sew three of them together to make a lapghan and sewing is not my cup of tea. Also, as you can see by the photo I posted, the panel curls up on the edges; I tried different borders to make them flatten out and that didn't work too well. I did try crocheting a few panels together and wasn't happy with the results. So what I ended up with was a humongous bag full of panels. Ok, so instead of making flat panels I made circular tubes and thought those would be easier to sew together because the edges didn't curl up; of course because they were now tubes they weren't as wide as the panels so I would have to sew together about 4 or 5; not gonna happen.

So, these had all been sitting in a bag for maybe a year or so when someone at the knitting group told me a local charity donates scarves to the homeless. Aha! This makes easy fast tube scarves; all I need to do is sew up the ends and even I can do that. So, I've been going through the bag and making scarves of them to donate. :-)

This is a fun machine and once you get going it is pretty quick! Before you start make sure you flip the switch on the side to either circular knitting or plain knitting. It's easier to make something circular than going back and forth and dropped stitches are not a problem as long as you watch that each stitch is getting on the hook. Dropped stitches can be more of a problem when you're doing a flat panel (going back and forth), especially the first stitch. You may need to try a few different yarns to see which works best. Check out the videos on YouTube that show you how to cast on, do a flat panel, do a circular tube; etc. (I recommend some very helpful videos by The Crochet Crowd).

The top of the photo shows a tube scarf; the bottom shows a flat panel curled on the edge.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My first set is done! And my second 😎 19 de noviembre de 2016
Por Irina - Publicado en
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Love addi express.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This knits worsted yarn best, though you can use double strands of a ... 18 de julio de 2016
Por Ramon F. Sola - Publicado en
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This thing is SOLID. A bit on the pricey side but most things Addi makes, you are getting a quality tool.

This knits worsted yarn best, though you can use double strands of a lighter weight yarn. It is a tight and even gauge. I did have issues with some dropped stitches when I was trying the flat panel option, but I will chock this up to newby errors and not paying attention to the yarn. One word of warning on knitting flat panels is that you will need to make the yarn fairly taut when knitting flat panels so that the hook catches the first stitch. I ended up knitting long tubes and steeking the tube into a flat panel. There are a handful of tutorials on youtube on how to do ribbing and decreases, so you can make more tailored clothing (it's probably more complicated with this than with normal knitting).

I plan on using this to make sweaters quickly and after 30-45 minutes of cranking, you can make a panel fairly quickly. My chest measurement is 41'' across and knitting 2 panels from the front side is a little too wide. After 3 weekends, I ended up making my first sweater on this machine. There are some finishing touches I need to make and probably more steeking to taper the sleeves but it's a start. Knitting in the round, I had no dropped stitches. I would not suggest knitting flat if you also want to watch Netflix (learn from my misadventures!).

A small gripe is the handle you use to crank. It's really uncomfortable and not very ergonomic. And when you're cranking your right arm gets a good work out.

In conclusion, I would strongly suggest this IF you are planning on making a ton of simple stuff VERY fast. It will pay for itself.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This was the biggest waste of my money by far 3 de diciembre de 2015
Por michelle m mcnamara - Publicado en
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This was the biggest waste of my money by far. i have made about 4 hats, following directions and video blogs on this item. it constantly breaks needles, and doesn't provide directions on how to change the needles. also where do all the broken bits go to???( i've tried to shake and wiggle it upsidedown when i replaced the broken needles. i was going to use this to make a bunch of hats for purchases but at this rate i'm just gonna have to knit them the old fashion way. it seems like you can only use acrylic(my plans were to use homespun wool yarn) i don't go fast. it constantly jams so i have to push the needle down so it doesn't break. shoot i went to Joannes fabric and bought the kids singer version for my niece( i opened it) and i tried it out, amazingly it works 100% better than the addi machine. i"m wondering if it works better cuz it seems the needles are smaller. I just wonder if i got a faulty product.I just ordered more needles but they only sell them in packs of 5, i need a bulk amount of like 40 white needles at this rate. this was a sore disappointment for me