A Stitch Sampler Shawl by Renee Van Hoy

A Stitch Sampler Shawl

Loom Knitting
May 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
375 - 400 yards (343 - 366 m)
70 by 34 inches blocked
low vision format available
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A Stitch Sampler Shawl accompanies the larger e-book “The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary”. The pattern uses three stitch patterns from the dictionary to form a lovely triangular shawl using one skein of sock yarn. Special price - buy this book and Volume Two and receive $3.00 off. Applies to previous purchases if buying a second volume.

This is a nice pattern to use with a variegated yarn, but it also looks beautiful in solids or a different color for each of the stitch patterns. It works well in all weights of yarn. A 1/2 inch gauge loom with 55 pegs is used to make the shawl.

The shawl is one of a trio of patterns that makes up the “Stitch Sampler Pattern Collection” that accompanies the stitch dictionary. It is written in large print 24 point font, with a photo gallery. The stitch dictionary is a separate file written in 20 point font.

My patterns are low vision and screen reader accessible. The text is black, Arial and large print 24 point font. All of the directions are fully written out and no charts are relied on to complete the patterns. No italics are used. They are screen reader and tablet friendly.