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CNCA -3KT. Programming manual.(Chapter 3)

Establishing the pattern centre

Assuming our pattern is to be knitted four times across the machine at a width of 177 needles. The pattern must be able to be pushed sideways, so that the pattern centre lies in the centre of each piece.

Example:

100 JA1=1418(1400-1418)

106 FB=9-2 C MIRRORS AROUND 1 NEEDLE

107 FC=1-177

110 PA: <JA1 FB>; C JA1 and FB OVER THE WHOLE GRAPH

115 PM: 4FC;

The graph contains the pattern on needle 1-510. By moving the panel FC sideways on the graph, the pattern can be placed anywhere.

Example:

107 FC=2-178 C PATTERN MOVED 1 NEEDLE

107 FC=3-179 C PATTERN MOVED 2 NEEDIES

107 FC=6-182 C PATTERN MOVED 5 NEEDLES

The pattern width of 177 needles for one piece is retained. Only the pattern area in PA is moved sideways.

Knitting of cardigan front and back pieces simultaneously:

Let us assume that we wish to knit a cardigan front of 60 needles in width "FA" starting from needle 1; then the back, over 100 needles "FC" then another 60-needles front "FA".

105 FA=1—10 C 10 NEEDLES

106 FB=9-2

107 FC=5-104 C 100 NEEDLES

110 PA: <JA1 FB>;

115 PM: 6FA FC 6FA;

The pattern on the garment back can, by altering line 107, be pushed to the middle, or altered in the width.

Almost all commands of the machine have now been explained.

Please now work through the examples in the pattern library.

Chapter 4 contains further possibilities for advanced learners.

Before you begin with chapter 4, you should create some patterns yourself, input and knit them.


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