Who says you can’t have fun with older products? That’s what someone did with the Brother KH-930e knitting machine, toying around with the relic from a 1980s relic to end up as a rather ungainly computerized printer. For those who want to keep their weekends occupied in the coming winter, you might want to savor the steps required to breathe a new lease of life into the Brother KH-930e knitting machine. We are sure that there are plenty of gems around the house that could do with a dose of modern technology to make them strangely relevant – if not fun to read about in a “How To” manual online.
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