Loom Knitting

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Couthie Shawl for the Loom Crochet Pattern

This dream called GoodKnit Kisses started with a few Knifty Knitter looms and a plaid backdrop. I took a chance and published my first weaving lesson.
I am the first to admit that I didn’t have all the answers back then, but I did. I enjoyed sharing my limited knowledge of various stitches, headbands and techniques with you.
But when I look back at those early videos, I think of everything I wanted to know before I started. My understanding of the loom has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade, and I think it’s time to take a step back.
Let’s go back to the beginning.
I wanted to create a new series of beginner weaving videos with clearer HD video and better sound and lighting. (Loom weaving is not the only skill of mine that has improved over the years.)

Christine, Winwick Mum of Chesire, UK, has given me permission to convert her gorgeous Couthie Shawl pattern into the loom. Thanks, Christine!
There is no limit to the size other than the length of the yarn in your skein or ball. It can be knitted in any weight yarn and with any loom of your choice.
The sample was made on a loom with a ⅜ gauge, using DK weight yarn and 75 needles. I started with 4.06 ounce DK yarn and finished with 0.6. The sample is 30 inches at the binding edge and 54 inches on the outside.

Low Visibility Accessibility: This pattern is written in 24-point sans serif font (Arial) in black text.
It has no italics.
All instructions are fully printed.
This pattern is available for screen readers. It has been reviewed and tested to work with a screen reader.

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