The knitting machines can produce 10 to 20 inches per minute, depending on the type and thickness of the knit. A single-face fabric with a relatively open weave is quickest; double-faced patterns or anything with relief takes more time. Afterwards the fabric can be further altered with felting or with burnout, which Hermans says will be her next experiment.
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The knitting machines can produce 10 to 20 inches per minute, depending on the type and thickness of the knit. A single-face fabric with a relatively open weave is quickest; double-faced patterns or anything with relief takes more time. Afterwards the fabric can be further altered with felting or with burnout, which Hermans says will be her next experiment.