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    Content by Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson
    The following institutions have funded our research and supported our work:

    From 2013-2015 Mika is a guest professor at the eLab at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee

    From July - December 2013 Hannah was a researcher at the UdK's Design Research Lab

    From 2010-2012 Mika was a guest researcher in the Smart Textiles Design Lab at The Swedish School of Textiles

    From 2009 - 2011 Hannah was a graduate student in the MIT Media Lab's High-Low Tech research group led by Leah Buechley


    In 2009 Hannah and Mika were both research fellows at the Distance Lab


    Between 2003 - 2009 Hannah and Mika were both students at Interface Cultures
    We support the Open Source Hardware movement. All our own designs published on this website are released under the Free Cultural Works definition
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    Knitting dolly

    Knitting dolly (Strickpüppchen in German) is a tool to make thin knitted tubes.

    The picture is the one I bought at the local craft shop with about 5 Euro. In Germany and Austria, there are also a child toy version of this one, made of woods with fancy paintings on them.

    There are also small machines that can make similar knitted tubes called Knitting Mill (Strickmühle). Prym is one of the company who produces these machines.

    5 Comments so far

    1. Margaret M. Frobisher on July 14th, 2010

      Where can I go on the internet to purchas a Prym Knitting Mill

    2. asan on October 20th, 2010

      we are interested knitting mill
      please send more info price of them

    3. Farawla1 on May 4th, 2011

      Hi
      Iwant you to sent for me all think about this itm .

      Thinks

    4. Jessica on December 20th, 2011

      Have A Nice Day For You. Hopefully you are doing well.

      I am Jessica from Chinese hand-knit knitting loom factory, maybe we might have something in cooperation if you don’t mind.

      Our plastic hand-knit knitting Loom various from Round Knitting Loom in different diameter & color, Long Knitting Loom in different length & color. We also make French Knitting Spool Knitter, Flower Loom, Heart-shape Knitting Loom, Fluff Ball Weaver, Hair Pin Lace Tool Loom etc..

      Please be kindly find more details in our website: http://www.knittingloomfactory.com

      Best Regards!
      Jessica

    5. Mike James on August 9th, 2013

      Some more information on the knitting mill and the price/cost to ship the unit to South Africa thank you mike

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