How to Begin an Img2track Pattern on a 940

To knit an Img2track pattern

  • Find image; decide vertical stretch based on tension swatch, maximum width and number of colors
  • Turn knitting machine off
  • Hook cord to kitting machine and computer
  • Turn knitting machine on
  • Open Img2track software
  • Select photo image
  • Push button on KM in this order:
  • CE
  • 551
  • Step
  • 1
  • Step
  • Wait for pattern to download to machine; beeps when completed
  • Computer screen shows sectors downloaded track 1
  • Knit last row when machine beeps for completed pattern knitted; do not knit 1 more row or track 1 starts over
  • When time for track 2 push buttons as follows:
  • CE
  • 551
  • Step
  • 2
  • Step
  • This is for the Brother 940 specifically.
  • You may copy, print and use any of the info on my blog. Please do not copy and repost anywhere on the internet without contacting me to get my permission. Thank you, Ann
  • Ann Huppert (GrammaAnn)

 

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5 thoughts on “How to Begin an Img2track Pattern on a 940

      1. Hi Ann, do you have insructions on using the Brother Disk Drive for the 940? I’m not sure how to download from the floppy to the 940.

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    1. I am not sure if the 930 starts the same as the 940. I do know it has less memory then the 940 so a design takes several tracks, but it is just a matter of learning how to change the track. I think the help button on the Img2track has specific instructions. Also, if you have not joined the Facebook Img2track site – it is very helpful. Img2track – For Machine Knitters is the name of Facebook page. Tanya Cunningham is the main moderator on there and she knits mostly on a 930 so would be a huge help for you! 🙂 I am sorry I am not more help! 🙂 Ann

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