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Sarah Crop Top Crochet Free Pattern

Sarah Crop Top Crochet Free Pattern

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The first real hand-knitting machine debuted in 1939 on the occasion of the Swiss National Exhibition. It was built by Ernst Luchsinger with the support of an emigrant from Hungary. Although the use of this knitting machine required a lot of manual work, the results were 5-8 times faster than just hand knitting.

Right from the beginning, E. Luchsinger sold his hand knitting machines under the brand name PASSAP, which is an abbreviation for Pattent Schnell Strick Aparat, which means "patented fast knitting machine".

The development of the ELECTRONIC 6000 was the biggest and most expensive challenge of the 60-year PASSAP story. The development was not only a huge challenge for MADAG's engineers, but also a huge leap in new technologies. Eventually, all obstacles were overcome and the result was the state-of-the-art electronic knitting machine.

The Passap E 6000 knits exactly what you tell it perfectly with the unique interactive computer that communicates with you. It is important that you learn to speak Passap so that you can communicate with the console. As it is very accurate, there is a learning curve to familiarize yourself with programming the console so you get exactly the result you want.

The electronics on the knit console will ask you a series of simple questions. They do not have the usual order we are used to and do not answer why or how much patience is needed.

Understanding the step-by-step format of the console and the questions it asks make it easier to learn programming, so you can avoid the error messages and run the patterns and techniques you enter into the computer.

The computer displays the choices and you decide if you want to accept them.

There is no reason to believe that the manual was written more clearly. We have to work with what we have and get used to the process of setting up the console and the order of the questions asked. Once you know the sequence, knitting with the Passap becomes much easier.

The learning curve is a bit steep, but definitely feasible. I want to encourage you to stick with it until you reach the crucial moments and gain the confidence that you can tackle this amazing machine.