New Harrison Sunette Circular Ribber Instruction Manual
||The New Harrison "Sunnette" Circular Ribber knitting machine was designed and patented by the Harrison Patent Knitting Machine Co. L.t.d., of Manchester, England. As the winner of 45 awards for superiority of construction and capacity of work, Harrison's knitting machines were unsurpassed.
Each of Harrison's knitting machines was tested by a skilled operator prior to shipment. A firm guarantee of superior performance was assured with each purchase.
The Harrison Patent Knitting Machine Company also supplied a grand selection of yarns such as wool, artificial silk and silkeena to its customers. The yarns were suited for the construction of all types of knitted goods, whether sport socks or silk garments.
The New Harrison "Sunnette" Circular Ribber Instruction Book is a 54 page booklet detailing the use of the New Harrison "Sunnette" Circular Ribber knitting machine. Fortified with illustrations and clear instruction, the manual describes how to unpackage, set up and operate the knitting machine.
Instructions on knitting standard ribbed socks, fine ladies' stockings, gent's plain socks and baby socks are outlined.
The skills of refooting socks, shaping hosiery and knitting seamless toes are described. A section on troubleshooting is a wonderful convenience.
The manual concludes with an array of fancy stitch patterns and interesting advertisements of Harrison's line of knitting machines. A photocopy of The New Harrison "Sunnette" Circular Ribber Instruction Book is available in english.