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Six bright patterns will make your looms burst with color and creativity. These patterns are made to show off your most beautiful striped yarns, or let your solid colors shine. Five of the patterns are adaptable to any gauge loom, with recommendations in the patterns for yarn weight and peg numbers. Techniques include lace edgings, gathers, color striping, shaping, bias knitting, short rows, wave stitch, slip stitch, and eyelet stitches. Let your loom bloom with color and creativity!
The simple triangle scarves known as Baktus and Karius are based on the premise that the size of the scarf is determined by the amount of yarn that you have. This e-book contains eight patterns, each written for three loom gauges: 5/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 3/8 inch. Sizing and yarn are also included for all yarn weights, as well as instructions for variable sizing. Your Baktus and Karius are limited only to your imagination.
The shawls in this collection have a romantic feel to them – a little lace here, a soft ruffle there, a new shape, a different texture. I’ve added some different lace styles to give you a feeling of Shetland, Estonian and other traditional lace styles. The pattern names are a tribute to Georgette Heyer, an author to whose romantic comedies I have spent many enjoyable hours listening while loom knitting.
Loom Knit Shawls Vol. II is a multi-part .pdf ebook, that includes seven patterns in a 24 point large print text file (90 pages), a 12 point paper-saver file (36 pages), cover, 6 pages of photos, and two pages of diagrams. The files are kindle, tablet and screen reader friendly. A full preview of the patterns from “Loom Knit Shawls Vol. II: Colorwork, Shapes and Lace” may be seen at Invisible Loom: http://invisibleloomcraft.blogspot.com/
Five loom knit shawl patterns and their variations will take you from a simple small shawlette on a large gauge loom, to a delicate lace weight yarn confection made on a ½ inch gauge loom. All the patterns may be made on a single 60 peg ½ inch gauge hat loom.
Small Shawls and Tea Parties: Seven patterns to knit small, or large, and the recipes they inspired. This pattern collection started out as a sequel to “Little Scarves”. Little scarves, small shawls, you say scarf, I say shawl. I hope you will enjoy the collection whatever you call your scarves, shawlettes, wraps or shawls. When you need a break from knitting, make yourself a nice relaxing cup of tea and read through the recipes. I have incorporated a new peg gauge for most of the patterns, the “3/8 inch fine” gauge made by CinDwood Looms and some custom loom makers. 3/8 fine is a smaller gauge than the 3/8 inch small gauge made by KB looms and Martha Stewart. Here is a list of loom gauges available for the patterns:
The Cozy Cable Collection has six coordinating patterns for loom knitters. Easy on your hands, easy on your looms, these are fun and fast patterns you are sure to love. The e-book comes in two versions, a large print (24 point font) and small print (12 point font) file. Both have a cover and full photo gallery.
The Loom Knitter’s Stitch Dictionary includes over 100 single rake stitch patterns, written for both flat panel and in the round use. The book is arranged by stitch pattern type, with the following chapters: Special price - buy this book and Volume Two and receive $3.00 off. Applies to previous purchases if buying a second volume.
From the introduction to Volume Two: “This volume has many new stitch patterns. There are chapters for cables, twisted stitches, mosaic and textured patterns, as well more brioche, ribbings, lace and slip stitch patterns. As before, all patterns are written with step-by-step directions using loom knitting terminology, for both flat panel and in the round loom knitting.
The Shapely Loom is 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. A paper saver version containing all the files in one is also available. The files are kindle, tablet and screen reader friendly. A full preview of the patterns from “The Shapely Loom” may be seen at Invisible Loom: http://invisibleloomcraft.blogspot.com/
The Wingspan for Loom Knitters e-book includes the original Wingspan for Loom Knitters pattern, the Wingspan in Lace for Loom Knitters pattern, and a section on sizing, choosing your loom, and selecting your yarn. The patterns are set up so that you may make your Wingspan not only in a variety of stitch designs, but in many sizes, three different loom gauges, and four different yarn weights. You can make your very own unique Wingspan.
Four winter themed washcloth patterns written for three loom gauges: 1/4 inch fine, 3/8 inch fine, and 3/8 inch small. The patterns use 33 or 34 pegs flat knit. All gauges use worsted weight cotton yarn. A soft cotton like Comfy works very nicely for the patterns. Standard kitchen cotton may also be used.
A collection of four winter themed washcloths for loom knitters. Fully written directions as well as color coded charts with a loom knitter’s key. The e-book is written in 24 point large print font, and is screen reader, tablet and e-reader friendly.