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Getting Started with the Sentro Knitting Machine: Cast On, Crank, and Cast Off

The Sentro Knitting Machine is perhaps my favorite tool in the craft studio. I use it most when I'm trying to get a jump start on the cold season in my inventory or when I do charity drives. If you're ever in a bind for gift making, the Sentro will come to your rescue also. This is a good starter machine to introduce one to mechanical knitting looms. I bought mine in 2019 and I've been happily making ever since.

Join me in this first tutorial of my Sentro Knitting Machine Series to get started.

Join me next week for the next video of the series: How to Cast Off.

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