needle bed and carriages
Metal piece with grooves in which the needles are inserted; the carriages slide over it to create a knit.
Graduated dial used to program the size of the stitch.
Part used to hold and move the main carriage.
row number display
Screen indicating the number of the next knitting row.
stitch pattern memory
Keys to place the stitch patterns in memory.
Space designed to house the needles, the needle pushers, the attachments and so forth.
Device used to drag the arm, determine stitch size and type, etc.
Part that indicates the number of rows knitted.
Part in which the thread is inserted.
carriage control dial
Button used to choose a type of stitch, select the needles and lift the main carriage from the needle bed.
Screen that posts a number corresponding to a color.
pattern start key
Key used to repeat a pattern starting with the first row.
Keys used to change the shape of a stitch pattern.
Key that is pressed to undo knitting.
Straight part along which the main carriage moves.
weaving pattern lever
Switch that is raised to put the machine in knitting mode.
weaving pattern brush
Brush used to clean the needles.
Button connecting the main carriage to the arm.
Device pushed over the needles to move them forward or backward, depending on the chosen stitch pattern.
Device used for knitting lace.
Metal piece with grooves that the needles fit into; it forms a row that reflects the chosen stitch pattern.
Metal piece with grooves on which the main carriage slides; it guides the main carriage.
needle bed groove
Grooves where the shanks of the needles appear so they can be moved manually or by using the main carriage.