OKnitMe is an open-source project developed by Serpica Naro collective with the help of some friends with the aim of putting to better use punch-card knitting machines, much easier to find and cheaper to buy.
The punch cards you can create with OKnitme are designed starting from a model of Knitmaster Empisal 321. It’s 24-dot wide and 48 or 60-dot high. It fits nearly all standard gauge 24 stitch punch card knitting machines including Brother, Studio, Singer, KnitKing, White, Silver Reed, Empisal and most (but not all) Toyota’s.
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