D & D Professional Knitting Machine Review

The D&D Professional Knitting Machine is excellent for beginners and both adults and kids will enjoy using it.

Now anyone can discover the pleasure of knitting in an easy way, and soon you will be pumping out your own fashionable designs in next to no time.professional knitting machine

The D&D Professional Knitting Machine is very similar to the Addi Knitting Machine, but is on the more affordable side, and maybe not quite as sturdy.

Nevertheless this professional knitting machine is a great buy for those wanting to get their feet or rather fingers wet in the world of loom knitting.

Pricing for this professional knitting machine can be found by clicking on the link below or on the picture of the knitting machine.

D&D Professional 40 Needles Knitting Machine Weaving Loom Kit includes Yarn Needles Accessories for Adults/ Kids

  • The Set Contains knitting machine, yarn, crochet hook, wool & yarns needle, booklet.
  • Professional features 40 needles, With its larger diameter, you can create even more personalised knitted pieces with a few turns of the hand.
  • Hand crank operation needs no batteries, Create a flat or circular piece in a matter of minutes.
  • Product Assembly Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.8 x 11.8 x 8.7inches/ 30 x 30 x 22 cm, Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds

Discover the delights of knitting! Knit your own scarf, hats, and even a sweater with this professional knitting machine.

Just thread the yarn into the spindles and turn the crank to knit your very own creations.

This machine, unlike the Addi only uses fine, extra fine, and worsted weight yarn. You can’t use chunky yarn, or you can expect to drop a lot of stitches.

This machine is ideal for babies and children sized beanies, but maybe a little small for the adult head. The maximum diameter you can knit is 30cm.

D&D Professional Knitting Machine Reviews

If you want a machine in the same price range that knits adult sizes then the Prym Knitting Machine is your next best bet. After reading many reviews, however, most people seem to prefer the D&D Machine.

This person below prefered it to the Addi.

“I have both of the Addi’s and bought this one to make baby hats. I actually like it better than the Addi’s, it is quieter and smoother.”

“This machine is an in-between size that I needed. I have the large Addi King and the small Addi Pro knitting machines. This will be for a size they don’t cover. I hot glued it down to a wooden TV tray and it stays in place well. I am looking forward to using it a lot for doll/baby/kid hats. Mostly, I think this is a perfect size for winter scarfs.”


All in all, if you want to knit with fine wool on a loom based knitter, this is a great addition to your knitting machine family. It is also a great starter machine, however, personally, I still prefer the Addi. But then again I am a chunky wool addict.




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