top of page

Get Our Latest Updates!

Be the first to find out about sales, pottery and everything between.

Thanks for submitting!

Be Sure to check your inbox/junk folder for your welcome email!

This blog participates in the affiliate programs of Amazon, JoAnn, Lion Brand,& Darn Good Yarn. That means I receive a commission on any purchases made through these links with no additional cost to you.
Please see the FAQ page to see all the retailers I affiliate with.

How to Knit a Flat Blank Panel on the Sentro Knitting Machine

Please Note: This blog contains affiliate links. This means that I may be compensated when you make purchases through these links, at no additional cost to you.

The instructions included in the Sentro Knitting Machine box flat out suck. That's why I sought to make a series that would clarify the different functions of the machine. This eventually turned into a whole host of ideas and work-throughs that I still enjoy posting today.

Making flat blanks on the Sentro is a challenge for many makers either because of dropped stitches or horrible edges. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to get a decent flat panel off the Sentro. If you're new here, consider subscribing to this blog because I'll be posting a different Sentro Knitting Machine tutorial each week!

If you got value from this content, please consider supporting the content by tipping me via the Ko-fi button below.

815 views0 comments


Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page