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Machine Knitters Guild of the San Francisco Bay Area

Salvation Army Meeting Hall
4600 Appian Way
El Sobrante, CA 94609

Contact: Marti Christoffer
Meet 2nd Saturday (Sept - June), the Salvation Army Meeting Hall, 4600 Appian Way. Occasionally we do not meet at the normal location.
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  • for sale on 9/2/2014:

    I am assisting my neighbor in selling a boatload of Brothers Knitting Machines and accessories. Details can be found on sfbay.craigslist.org Check out arts and crafts supplies with key word "brothers."

  • Teri on 4/21/2013:

    Anyone know someone who fixes brother knitting machines? Thanks Teri ttbarr1@gmail.com

  • Braeda Horan on 5/14/2013:

    Braeda Horan Designs has been designing and manufacturing knitwear for high quality stores through out the USA and Europe for over twenty years. Recently, we decided to close down our wholesale operation and expand our custom order business, freelance design and styling service.. Consequently, we will be selling off our stock of yarn for half of the wholesale price. All the yarn is put up on cones of varying sizes and weights. They run from 1,050 yards to 2,700 yards to the pound. They can be used for machine knitting, fine to medium hand knitting or combined to make a heavier yarn. The yarns are as follows: Bamboo Linen Pearl cotton Pearl linen Linen/silk blends Rayon. Merino wool. Cashmere blends. If your knitting group would be interested in purchasing some of the yarn we can arrange a day for them to come and see the different types and colors. They can buy as little or as much as they would like. We are located in Mill Valley, just north of San Francisco. Please contact us via email or call at braedahoran@gmail.com 415.389-7950

  • Wendy on 1/1/2014:

    Hello everybody! I was wondering if anybody knows where I can find someone who could give me knitting machine classes? I recently purchased a knitting machine (Superba S48) in hopes of using it to make garments for the homeless, but I have only been able to teach myself the basics. Let me know if interested! :) Email me at : wendymelendez85@gmail.com Thank you !

  • Catherine on 1/18/2014:

    I have a studio electronic machine with many attachments (ribber, lace carriage, color changer) that I am interested in selling. The machine has been in storage for 25 years, so I'm not sure the electronic part of it works. But I had it out last weekend and the mechanical parts work well. I am asking $150 for everything. If you'd like to see it, please email me at c.v.hounshell@gmail.com

  • Alex on 5/6/2014:

    Hey everybody, I purchased a Passap Duomatic 80 about a year ago and have exhausted every resource within my grasp in trying to get it to work. I'm told it's in perfect working order but the learning curve appears to be too steep, so I'm looking for someone who knows how to work a Passap Duomatic 80 to come out to the Walnut Creek area and teach me the machine. I'm willing to cover travel expenses and offer food and snacks. If you have experience on a Passap Duomatic 80 and are willing to take an afternoon off, please contact me at amurphy922@gmail.com - thank you!

  • Maria Inglesby on 12/9/2015:

    Hello all knitters, I am in the process of moving and have a Pfaff Duomatic 80, Passap System (swiss made, brought in from Germany), with form computer and all accessories. For Sale. If interested, you are welcome to contact me at Mariaknits@gmail.com. Have a super magical holiday season, hugs to my fellow knitters, Maria

  • marion on 12/22/2015:

    Hi Searching for a used silve reed - mid range knitting machine Marion