Silver Reed SK840 Knitting Machine

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$49.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

New Stock Expected Oct 31, 2021

Silver Reed SK840 Electronic Knitting Machine

Silver Reed offers 2 models in the standard gauge line. These models knits lace, fingering and sport weight yarns. This gauge is extremely popular for finer knits and delicate fabrics. Perfect for suits, skirts, baby garments and beautiful lacey fabrics.

The Silver Reed SK840 knitting machine model is an electronic model that allows the user incredible creativity.  Rather than a mechanical feature for patterning, it uses software program DesignaKnit.  DesignaKnit is loaded onto your computer where you design shapes based on the lengths, widths and shaping you desire, as well as any stitch designs you desire.  Via Silver Link 5 Memory Cable, which is connection between your knitting machine and your computer, patterns are downloaded to our carriage and your monitor queues you for when and where your shaping is done.

Accessories: DesignaKnit Software (machine knitting & hand knitting).  SRP60N Ribber, LC580 Lace Carriage, YC6 (automatic color changer), AG24 Intarsia Carriage

The Important Stuff:

  • All machines are shipped UPS Ground or occasionally USPS.
  • No returns or exchanges on knitting machines.
  • Due to fraud, we can only ship to the address that the credit card has on file.   Any other address used will be voided, and the machine will shipped to billing address.
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 90 days 

For Alaska and Hawaii,
please email for cost of shipping. 
All machines are shipped UPS Ground. 
No returns or exchanges on knitting machines.
Manufacturer Warranty: 90 days 

ORDER BY 10am, CST, Tuesday - Friday, and it ships same day!!

Schools, please apply for quantity discount rates.  Email

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  • 5
    Great machine

    Posted by Hannah on Dec 27, 2018

    This is my first knitting machine. The instructions in the manual are very clear on how to use it: What the parts are, how to thread the machine, how to cast on/bind off etc. I'm not as intimidated as I thought I'd be! I'm confident that I'll be making projects in no time.

  • 5

    Posted by Susan C Waterhouse on Feb 23, 2018

    Easy to use. I knit a baby sweater the first day!