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How to add i-cord to your knitting projects

A little over one month ago, we published a video to show you how we use Prym’s knitting mill to knit i-cord, and we have to admit that we are obsessed! Therefore, we have recorded a new video tutorial to show you one of our projects and how to apply the i-cord onto it. Check out the video below and click here to get the pattern.



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0:00 Welcome

1:11 How we made the slipper

2:13 Where to find the pattern

3:23 It´s Carlos’s i-cord machine😂

5:22 The i-cord knitting mill up close

8:48 How to attach the i-cord to your knitting project


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    • Rebecca Williams on April 12, 2021 at 2:56 pm


    My husband made a wooden spacer with a cutout to accommodate the screw. Now the icons maker is stable and I am cranking out cord like crazy!!!!

    • Mary Devries on April 13, 2021 at 1:12 am


    May get the pattern.

    • Mary Devries on April 13, 2021 at 1:13 am


    May get the pattern. Slippers are a good idea for gifts.

    • Becky Wahl (Maryland, USA) on April 13, 2021 at 3:03 pm


    👍I love the different ideas with the I-cord! I’ll have to get the machine. Arne I’m like you about Christmas! When my lace group went to the Christmas markets in Germany quite a few years ago, I love all the things I brought back so my mantel stays with some of my goodies all year long. We went to 20 markets. It was awesome.

    I have been emailing Githa trying to get our group picture from our cruise with you last March 1-10, 2020. I am so happy to say she was able to track it down and I have a beautiful group picture!!

    • Doris on April 14, 2021 at 2:53 am


    When I was a kid it was just a wooden spool with 4 nails. We made little round mats.

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