I DO NOT thing that the Singer Knitting Machine is a good tool for knitting a finished item. (Except for maybe yarn bombing.) I see it as a tool to make some really cool dyeing projects (See my dip dying a blank and handpainting for self striping yarn tutorials.) I point out many mistakes to the knit fabric in this video, but since the point is to dye the yarn these mistakes don't need to be fixed.
I hope that you find this review helpful as you head off onto your own dyeing adventures.
[2:02] Toggle Knitting in the Round vs. Knitting Flat
[2:38] Casting on and getting the right tension
[6:20] Knitting on the Machine
[8:59] Mistakes to the knit fabric that happen with the Singer Knitting Machine
[10:16] The Blank gets twisty behind the machine
[11:09] Casting Off (and seeing the machine act unpredictably!)
[14:10] Securing live stitches
[15:48] Final Thoughts
"Unfortunately" I actually had a really good run with the machine and my tension was perfect (for the first time) so the machine never got stuck. Next time I get the machine stuck I'll film it so I can show how I fix it.