DAVID MILES AFGHANS MADE ON PASSAP E 6000 MACHINE


 These are two afghans I made using David Miles patterns. I made them on my new found love, the Passap E 6000. The patterns have very easy to follow instructions and they came out beautiful. Of course, I have to wash and block yet but they look quite good as is. Left click on mouse while on picture  to make picture larger to see design

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  1. Maggy in the UK Said:

    I found your address in PassapClub. Your work is beautiful. I love the hats, the felted ones, very smart.
    You are doing great things with your Passap e6000. Is the pattern for the two afghans by David Miles still available?

    Maggy
    in thr UK

    • cckittenknits Said:

      Hi Maggy, Did you receive my email I sent to your email address? This pattern was copyrighted in 1993. Carol

  2. What great patterns! I have a Passap E6000. I really have two – one in a box.

    Do you fill us in on how to buy David’s patterson?

    What yarn did you use for these afghans? Since we can’t buy Bramwell’s Duo Magic – I am trying to yarns to replace. Thanks, Ellie

  3. cckittenknits Said:

    Hi Ellie, Great that you have two Passaps! I think you will find David Miles Patterns at Distinctive Knits, Knit Knack Shop , Ebay. There is a group called Passap Market Place where people buy and sell items. Join that and check it out.
    I use two strands of 224 yarn for my afghans. My friend has tried two strands of 2/17 from Stephanies in Bybee Tennessee. Search the web for knit shops for knitting machines.
    Carol 🙂


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