The Two Color Square by Renee Van Hoy
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The Two Color Square

Loom Knitting
September 2012
Any yarn, any weight
Any gauge and loom may be used for this pattern.
multiple sizes and gauges availible

This is a loom knit pattern
This basic pattern formula takes the short row triangle and the un-mitered square, one step further. Using two colors of yarn, both yarns are carried around the edge of the square to create a decorative edging, and avoid tying in yarns at the color change. The size is entirely flexible - any loom in any gauge, with the appropriate yarn, will work for this pattern. For example, a baby afghan loom or full sized Martha Stewart loom will make a small afghan. A sock loom will make a hand towel. The sample in the photos used a ½ inch gauge hat loom with 60 pegs to create a 22 inch square receiving blanket. Try out lace weight yarn, and make a large lace table cloth. The possibilities are endless. The sample pattern makes a receiving blanket, but you may adjust it to what ever size you prefer. This pattern is part of a multi-part .pdf ebook, that includes a 24 point large print text file (78 pages), a 12 point paper-saver file (24 pages), cover, 7 pages of photos, and two pages of diagrams. The pattern is kindle, tablet and screen reader friendly. A full preview of the patterns from “The Shapely Loom” may be seen at Invisible Loom: