Brother 1034D Serger: An inexpensive, well-made, and popular serger for finishing seams and sewing seams on knit garments.
Janome CoverPro 900CPX: This entry-level home coverstitch machine is a great choice when you want to get deeper into sewing with knits.
Walking Foot: This third-party manufactured walking foot works with many brands of sewing machines.
Speedball waterbased ink for textiles: Use these inks to try printing on your own knit fabric.
Jacquard “opaque” water based ink for textiles: A great choice for printing lighter colors on dark fabric.
Pencils.com: Buy pencils of varying shapes and sizes to use as stamps for printing polka dots.
Girl Charlee Fabrics: Carries a wide variety of knit fabric made from varying fibers.
Organic Cotton Plus: Find organic knit fabric in soft colors that you can use for printing.
The Colette Guide to Sewing Knits by Alyson Clair: Learn the techniques and equipment you’ll need to master sewing with knits.
Polka dot inspiration board: Contributor Melissa Dettloff shares her inspiration for making your own hand-printed polka dot garments.
Moneta dress: The bestselling dress pattern featured in this month’s article on printing polka dots.
Mabel skirt: An easy mini or pencil skirt in knit fabric. This pattern is a quick and effortless introduction to knits.
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