Stitching Together Panels Made on Knifty Knitter?

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Maintaining the proper tension is one thing to keep in mind when sewing knitted panels together. This is a page about stitching together panels made on knifty knitter.


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November 15, 2013

How do you join two panels togeather made on a Kniffty Knitter?

By LA from NY


January 5, 20140 found this helpful

Just line them up stitch to stitch and loosely sew them together with yarn and a needle. Watch your tension and adjust as need be. Before knotting, flatten out to make sure it is not bunched up at all. That is it.

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February 16, 2010

How do you join strips done on the Knifty Knitter?

By Sandra Epperson


February 16, 20100 found this helpful

If the are to be attached top to bottom (vertically), just put the bottom (or top) loops on the knitter at the same time as the other stitches (2 at a time) then just knit one row then finish off.


To attach them side to side (horizontally), you can do it one of 2 ways. You can attach the last edge stitch to the last stitch knitted (on the peg at the same time) then knit these 2 stitches together & do this all the way down the project.
OR: an easier way is to buy a big-eye yarn needle & put the same yarn in the needle's eye then stitch these 2 areas together in a back & forth motion. You can do this is a way that you never even see the stitches!

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December 14, 2009

How do you stitch together panels made on a Kniffty Knitter?

By vicki


December 15, 20090 found this helpful

Go to, and in the search box type in "sewing knit pieces together"

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