Carol and I entered the knitting machine business in 1981 after seeing a program on TV called PM Magazine. This program showed a machine that “ate” lots of yarn. We were already in the wholesale yarn and sewing notions business, and this gave us the opportunity to spread our wings in a new way. So, with no experience in knitting machines, I became a dealer for Toyota and taught Carol to machine knit. We later added Singer, KnitKing, Superba, Brother, Passap, Artisian, and Silver Reed machines. For almost twenty years we held national seminars and hundreds of classes on the machines.

After two decades, the Silver Reed and the Artisian machines are the only ones still being manufactured. The yarn business also slowed down in the 90’s. After many months of deliberation on whether to close or to go in a new direction, we decided to take on Brother Sewing Machines in 1999. While we still sell and service most brands of knitting machines, our primary business is now Brother sewing and embroidery machines.

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