All Stitched Up Wrap by Renee Van Hoy

All Stitched Up Wrap

by Renee Van Hoy
Loom Knitting
May 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in broken garter 5
850 yards (777 m)
16 x 66 inches
low vision format available
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This beautifully textured wrap is a companion pattern to The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary Volume Two: One Hundred More Stitch Patterns for Loom Knitters. The wrap is worked in three colors. It is an elegant but simple wrap that buttons up into at least a dozen shapes. If you can knit and purl, you can make this lovely wrap. In addition to the full wrap pattern, there is a lengthy step-by-step tutorial for your own DIY All Stitched Up Wrap, using the stitch pattern, loom and yarn of your choice.

Special Price
Purchase both The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary
Volume Two and Volume One
and receive a $3.00 discount. If you already have Volume One, you will automatically received the discount when you purchase Volume Two.

Link to Volume One:
The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary Volume One

Loom: ½ inch gauge loom with 48 pegs flat knit

Yarn: 800 yards of worsted weight wool or wool blend divided between three colors:
Color 1: 300 yards
Color 2: 300 yards
Color 3: 250 yards
Sample made in Stonehedge Fiber Mill Worsted Wool, colors Mint, Ivy and Great Lakes. This is a particularly soft and smooth 100% wool that works very nicely for the pattern.

Loom tool
Crochet hook
10 stationary stitch markers or scrap yarn
21 one inch buttons
Embroidery needle
Blocking tools

This pattern is 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. It is screen reader and tablet friendly.

The Stitch Dictionary is written in 20 point large print font, fully illustrated and charted with step-by-step directions for all of the patterns.