Happy New Year, and now I have time to play with my "new to me" Passap E6000
Hopefully this is going to become my Passap Diary. Well until I figure this out..... and master it. Oh and I do have my eye on a Gearhart sock knitting machine and an embriodery machine too. Then who knows what way the creative wind will take me. This has been a year of big gifts for myself.... most of them were the right place at the right time... like the kiln, serger and a consew.
Goal: to knit Norwegian sweaters for my family and myself.... and knit fairs isle socks too.
Background: I purchased this off of craigslist for with lots of attachments, Hague linker, 1000's of pattern books and a hundred cones of yarn, various un natural fibers in colors that I would never wear. It is ok, I need a lot of yarn to practice with before I buy beautiful pricey, natural fibers in earthy colors. The niece Rita of the very elderly woman Martha sold it all to me because I was going to use it myself, and not eBay it off. The elderly woman Martha is now in a nursing home, although she lived 2 blocks from my father. Was it being at the right place at the right time, or was it meant to be? Rita feels that it was meant to be.
Day 1: Found the VCR tapes for the machine, and dug out the VCR Player. Hooked it up and it is not working. The tracking is off and the picture looks like scrambled porn. Called Jamie (can fix anything electronic)... he said that it needs to be cleaned. This has not been used in years.
So I will continue to clean the passap with a can of air until I know better. I have 3 bottles of oil for it, in LDPE bottles with yorker caps, ready to go. Now I sit and wonder what is on the video and if I can get one that has been converted to DVD.
I feel like a kid on Christmas morning with a new toy, but no one thought to get batteries.