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Topic: My First Entrelac! Un Chapeau Pour Rejeanne! (5 pix)  (Read 731 times)
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Alexus1325
« on: January 02, 2012 04:52:26 AM »


This year, Grandma Rejeanne (my boyfriend's mother's mother) received my very first entrelac piece for Christmas Cheesy I used Ruth Cook's Entrelac Cap pattern (Ravelry link, Ruth's blog link), though I utilized it more as a recipe. I cast on an additional two repeats with a 4.5mm circular needle to make it the correct size, so there were a total of ten 8-stitch repeats. I also did two 4-stitch rows, and three 3-stitch rows before binding off and gathering the top (or maybe it was the other way around...).

I'll be honest: entrelac is TOUGH! However, this technique (along with socks) is what got me wanting to improve my knitting skill beyond garter stitch. Once I got the hang of the repeats (and learned how to knit left-handed to avoid turning my work constantly), it went quite smoothly. Without further ado, here's my dollar-store-yarn entrelac chapeau!




« Last Edit: January 02, 2012 05:07:31 AM by Alexus1325 - Reason: added blog link » THIS ROCKS   Logged

Antidigger
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2012 02:29:27 PM »

I love the intricacy of that, you inspire me to try entrelac.
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