Grid (no sample)


R1: P
Even Rows: P2, U3, P3, U3, P9, U3, P3, U3, P2
Odd Rows: P5, (O3, P3) x 3, O3, P5
R16: P

Square is visually interesting on the back.


Grid Box

L1-3: LH “Glacier Bay”
L4: YBSS “Ivory”

Grid Box

Grid Box

R1: P
Even Rows 2-10: P2, U3, P3, U3, P9, U3, P3, U3, P2
R3: P5, (O3, P3) x 3, O3, P5
R5: Rpt R3
R7: P5, O3, P15, O3, P5
R9: Rpt R7
R11: Rpt R7
R12: P2, U3, P3, U3, O3, P3, O3, U3, P3, U3, P2
R13: Rpt R7
R14: Rpt R12
R15: Rpt R7
R16: P

Square is visually interesting on the back.

2 Thoughts on “Grid and Grid Box — two 4″ (31 x 31) patterns

  1. Lee Ross on 2 December 2017 at 3:29 PM said:

    I just want to thank you for all that you are doing for pin loom weaving!
    Your creativity is amazing, and it is very hard to keep up with all your new patterns and ideas.
    I am currently making a blanket for a twin bed from 2 and 4 inch squares.
    The four inch ones are mostly pattern weaves from the weave it weaves books I got free from the eloomanation site, but now I am adding lots of your weaves too.

    I have so many ideas I’ll just have to start another blanket when this one is done.

    Keep up the good work


    • Sue Burton on 2 December 2017 at 4:27 PM said:

      Thank you Lee! Your comment is very timely as I was just sitting here reweaving, for the fourth time, a pattern I’m working on. Reweaving is not an encouraging procedure! I also began by weaving all the patterns on eloomanation. They didn’t have enough for me, so I had to start inventing my own. I have boxes and boxes of squares–probably enough for a blanket or two or three . . . I will stick with my work. Thanks again.

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