It's a Singer Memomatic 327, standard gauge (4.5mm), 24 st punchcard, with built in Knit Contour, and also has a ribber (too shy for a photo). Rob is concerned that it is 'too old' (punchcards are archaic now he says). However, I found basically the same machine for sale new. However, to buy all three parts (the knit contour is now separate), it would cost $2077!!
The bottom of this swatch is punchcard #18 used for slip stitch. The wrong side is actually the right side, however it doesn't show up on either side because I think the tension was too loose. Then I tried the same card as a slipstitch Fair Isle.
Weeee!! Now I have to go hunting for more punchcards!!
I have a huge cone of this bright red yarn, and quite a bit of the green. It's called "Pine Green" but in one blob, it's too bright too. I do have some other cones to experiment with. This yarn is FINE! I have some dark blue and some moss green that would make nice...shirts? It's so fine it doesn't feel like sweater material!
I'm having a hard time finding patterns though. I got 4 magazines from another guild member, but even the 'advanced beginner' ones seem too hard, are written too vaguely, are ugly, or for different machines. I know I can chart up my own plain things, but I want to do something with the punchcards, and not look like 4 rectangles sewn together and called a sweater. I'm beyond that!